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What kind of business? What product? What market? Who are your customers? Where do you add value? All this questions (and more) have to be answered before you start the business.

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After founding one company on my own, and co-founding several others with teams, I've written and spoken extensively on this topic - it's an under-recognized risk and challenge of entrepreneurship. You can read one of my more popular articles at http://lp.co/perspective, but I'll summarize it he...

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First of all, you are not alone! Almost anyone with a successful business has left a trail of half-finished ideas and projects. Sometimes we realize we don't have the skills to execute our ideas, or we don't have the capital, the resources, whatever. Your question makes me think it's not that yo...

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Fantastic question! First, a little about me and why I am qualified to answer. My father served 19 years of a 20 year sentence in prison where he passed and I had challenging background. I never met my birth mother and met my birth father at the age of 18. I've been on my own since I was 16 an...

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Of course! this is the modern day world - people don't remotely need to be in the same place so long as they are good at communicating

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Someone else creates the design and physical products, correct? In that case, your main challenges are (A) identifying customers (B) convincing them to give you a chance (C) keeping them happy with good customer service When it comes to (A), you should probably be knocking on a lot of doors. ...

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I wrote an answer to a similar question today which you can find here: https://clarity.fm/a/2877 The one flaw to your current process is this premise: "Whereas, if I focused on a good idea the whole process of driving success would be easier." This - from my experience - is simply not the case....

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Without question you can! I've put out over 150 apps into the app store without knowing how to code and have gotten over 1 million downloads in the consumer space. You just need to find the best people to help you see your vision through. Start by putting together a clickable prototype so ...

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Hi I'm Ryan, I've studied entrepreneurship and worked in Start Ups for the past 8 years. If you google the following you'll have a better understanding of how to rapidly develop your idea to revenue without money: 1) Bootstrapping 2) Business Model Canvas 3) Lean Experiments In general if ...

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How to start a company: 1) Come up with an idea (one that can make money) 2) Build a prototype (hardware, software, whatever) 3) Get evidence that people want it 4) Further refine the prototype and start selling it 5) When you've sold your first thing you now have, "a company" At some point in t...

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