A SaaS only exists to provide a useful product or service. Shipping great products is what this game is all about. You need to be comfortable with rapid experimentation and failure. Failures and setbacks are inevitable. Understand them as valuable learning opportunities rather than letting them discourage you.
On reflection ask yourself the following questions:
How does the product you offer bring value to your customers?
What factors influence the metrics you aim to improve?
What are the key non-user activities that significantly contribute to your business?
If one thing were to be removed from your business, what would have the most detrimental impact?
According to your customers, what is the most crucial aspect of your business or product?
Which specific aspect of your business is vital for your success?
Analyze what went wrong, identify the lessons learned, and use that knowledge to improve your future projects. Over time, these failures will contribute to your growth and help maintain your clear focus on how the final product will create value for users and the business.
The way you build matters. As your app scales, so do the growing pains.
Keep in mind that success hinges on your ability to identify dependencies, customer behavior, and customer journey. Hone the mindset of rapid experimentation. View failures as stepping stones. This is the secret sauce to a profitable SaaS.