So, you’re sick of your 9 to 5 and you’ve come up with an amazing business idea. Here’s a look at five things you should do first.
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Launching a startup idea without validation is like roasting an expensive, 20-pound organic turkey for a dinner party, only to find out the guests are vegans.
You deserve to live the life you have always wanted, and a side hustle can be the stepping stone to opportunities you didn’t even know existed.
Shepherding a project from inception to completion is rarely easy.
Steve Blank, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur-turned-professor with over two decades of experience, has over the course of his career founded or worked within eight different startups. And in that time, he’s lived through every entrepreneur’s worst nightmare: he had his ideas stolen. Twice.
I wish someone had asked me these tough questions 10 years ago when I started my first company. It would have saved me a lot of wasted time.
We may have seen the end of business plans as we knew them, but business planning is essential.
A struggling economy presents opportunities for ambitious entrepreneurs — you just have to know where to find them.
Launching your own agency is a lot of hard work, but if you approach it with a solid plan, you’ll quickly find yourself with more clients than you can handle.