Starting a business takes time and energy, but if you have a good idea, how can you be sure that it will develop into a successful business? Before we delve into the process of determining whether or not we have good business ideas, let’s take a look at how to develop one. If you have a “good” business idea, you need to go through a period of self-reflection to find out if your business idea is realistic and feasible. This means that you need to move away from the brainstorming phase to begin the various tasks that will turn your idea
Validating a business is hard and there are people everywhere offering different models on how to do it. Kenny Cannon has worked with over 200,000 people over the past 12 years and has been validating business ideas, both his own and his clients, since 2007. This simple process, if followed, will show you how to validate any business idea in under 3 hours completely for free. Even better, following this process will produce paying customers for you almost instantly. Like most successful entrepreneurs, Kenny believes that you do not have a business until you have a paying customer. It doesn’t matter
Every successful female entrepreneur started somewhere. There’s no “magic pill” that effortlessly launches you out of your cubicle confinement and into the free world of entrepreneurship. For some, the dream to be your own boss grows for a long time, even years, before it finally comes to fruition. The truth is, great success in business grows from just one, tiny seed. We asked some of our favorite women entrepreneurs to share how they got their start in business. Their answers revealed the deep motivators and personal qualities that drove them to make their big idea a reality. By reading about how they grew their businesses
Having a library resource has many benefits and advantages as you always have needed information at your fingertips. Your library does not necessarily have to be a bookshelf laden with books, It can be a simple PDF document stored on your laptop or PC. Below is an excerpt from the books that you should have. No matter what stage you’re at in the entrepreneur journey, whether you just launched your first startup or have started several successful businesses, you can always use the advice of people who have “been there, done that.’’ What better way to get advice then from the pages of a book?