I feel that the scale up mentality comes from two things: 1) the idea that you don’t get anything more than you put out there. 2) the idea that you are always one step ahead of what it is you think you get.
If you put 20 dollars into a game and it takes it all in, you are getting better and better at it. You do not have a fixed amount of money which you must put out there. Once that amount has been put in, your actions do not take any more to add to your total. Your total is always going to be bigger than your potential.
I think this is what is so confusing about scaling. You see it in a lot of tech companies, but not in gaming companies. In tech companies, you have a product that is going to sell for a certain amount of money and then you have a marketing budget and a sales budget. The money put in by the marketing agency is going to go to sales efforts to convince people that the product is worth purchasing.
In gaming companies, however, you only have a small marketing budget and a sales budget. The money put in by the marketing agency may be put into a marketing campaign. But the money put in by the sales team is going to go to the actual sale of the product. It is the marketing budget that actually decides the value of your product. The sales budget decides how much effort it takes to sell your product.
scale up vs scale out is one of those things that has become quite relevant over the last few years.
I think the old school marketing agency, the sales guy, and the company all want the same thing, but they often have very different ideas on how to achieve it. Scale up vs scale out is one of those things that has become quite relevant over the last few years.
I’m still a bit confused about the idea of building your new apartment, but as an adult, I know quite a bit about how houses are built, and building your new apartment is pretty much the same as building your place.
I think the only thing that really matters is what you want out of your new home. If you want to be able to enjoy your new home like you would in your native habitat, then you’ll probably want to build your new home to the same standards as the rest of the neighborhood. That means it has to be big, it has to be high-quality (i.e.
“it has to be big, it has to be high quality.” If you want to build the best apartment you can in your native habitat then you’ll probably want to move out to the neighborhood you want to move to and build a new apartment there. This is because you’ll want to be able to enjoy your new apartment like you would in your native habitat.