Monday, December 12, 2016

Four Steps to Turn Your Idea Into a Business

From The Simple Dollar:


What was the last great business idea you had? Do you remember it? What did you do with it? Did you write it down?

If you’re like most people, you had a great idea, never wrote it down, told a couple of co-workers or your spouse, and let the idea fade away without taking any meaningful action to pursue it. Or maybe you were worried about other people stealing your idea, so you kept it to yourself thinking you’ll pursue it later. But for most of us, that someday never comes.

Maybe you even went as far as laying out your idea into a business plan.

Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or someone who has been eyeing a startup or side project to generate some additional income, good ideas often come and go like the seasons in the Midwest.

But what if they didn’t? What if you actually took steps to pursue your ideas and see if they were good?

According to sales expert and personal development guru Brian Tracy, “The average person has four ideas a year, which if any one is acted on, would make them a millionaire.”

Today’s post is going to give you a step-by-step guide to validate your business idea and potentially turn it into a revenue-generating business.

1 comment:

Victor LaBella said...

Where is the step-by-step?