Minimize your learning curve and increase your chance of success by following these tips.
If you’re reading this, it means you’ve either started your own business or you’re considering making the leap into entrepreneurship. Either way, I think some congratulations are in order. No, you shouldn’t start patting yourself on the back too early (especially with how finicky the world of startups is), but you should feel excited that you’re taking that next all-important step.
The fact of the matter is 90 percent of startups will eventually fail, which means you’ve got a thin margin for success. Too many times I’ve seen young, brash entrepreneurs stumble through the beginning stages of their business and never make it any further. In this article, I’m going to identify a few ways you can make sure that you get your business running on the right foot!
4. Find middle ground between what you want to sell and what you will sell
Here’s a little bit of tough love: The product that you’ve come to love, that you think will be a hit on the market and you can’t wait to build a business around probably stinks. …..