Make a product you use, that improves peoples' lives.
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Nir extols the virtues of facilitation:
"When you create something that you will use and believe makes the user’s life better, you’re facilitating a healthful habit. It’s important to note that only you can decide if you would actually use the service and what “materially improving the life of the user” really means."
Facilitation is the highest form of product influence:
1. You believe in something so much that not only do you make it, but also you use it.
2. The product materially improves users' lives.