The recipe for success is not same for everyone but the elements are similar. “When something you love becomes work, it fundamentally and unavoidably changes the way in which you interact with it.”(Scivicque)
1. Think through & just begin
Waiting and thinking and mulling over when would be the right time and the right strategy can drag you down Slashing through the clutter strewn across the internet this jet-set menu of tips will set you off to start your business idea. The recipe for success is not same for everyone but the elements are similar. Let’s dive in and see what the success stories have in common.
2. Stand on the shoulders of giants
Ask for help and ask for advice. Learn from the experience and expertise of other people and bank on that. You cannot do everything on It’ll take ages! So, just start the first step and GET IT DONE! Grab your computer, pull in your portfolio draw what you want to sell, type your code or sketch your first design just start. The first step is what sets the momentum! your own nor the best way! Lawyers, graphic designers, marketers your business will need many people and many services seek help and take the experts on board. This will ensure quality and efficiency.
3. You don’t have to be an innovator
Entrepreneurs do not have to reinvent the wheel every time they decide to roll. On the contrary most of the successful people have either sold something better or faster! Many of the global giants are working with products as old as memory but the catch is they are doing it in a better way, faster way or a way that is new! So start and sell anything as long as you’re doing it well you’ll do fine!
4. Sort the money matters
While we suggest that you should just get to it when the entrepreneurial spirit raises its head we would still urge you to sort the money matters. Get your lending and investments lined up because seeking out a bank while you’re running your business will get problematic. Angle investors, incubation centers and small business bank loans all work best before starting the business.
5. Hire smartly
In this era of remote work, where even the normal jobs have shifted to working from home post pandemic era will see more and more remote working options peppered across the globe. It would certainly cost less to hire a team who do not incur overhead costs. So, not only could you hire remotely, but also on contract. This would reduce the burden of caring for permanent employees in a business that is starting up. Going forward the workforce model could evolve with need and business muscle.
6. Don’t work alone
Get someone you trust and who understands your vision to join in managing the business with you. One or even more co-founders can reduce myopia and can make setting up the business less exhausting. Working with several people sharing the ownership can be a way to enhance the skill set available. Not just that Venture Capitalists, feel more secure in investing with business that have a founding team rather than a lone wolf.
7. keep a hand on the pulse
Whatever you decide to sell, you will be targeting a certain segment of customers. Keep in touch with your customers before you begin. In your own mind the picture could have a different angle. Seeking out opinions from potential customers can sharpen your offering and ensure when you hit the market you hit is running.
8. Passion, passion, passion
Feel what you do! Pride, love, ownership feel your work as your greatest adventure ever! Associate with mentors who motivate you and push you to cross your own limits and excel further. Being passionate about what you do and ding what you do passionately can make all the difference in the world. Your own association with your business will resonate across your all stakeholders. “When something you love becomes work, it fundamentally and unavoidably changes the way in which you interact with it,” Scivicque asserts.