Too many entrepreneurs, if they have a good idea, try and make it happen by heading”ready, aim, goal, aim” and not return to shooting. Or when they do, it’s too late and no one is interested.
Whenever you’ve got an idea that you want to make real, there are several ways to start it that can be summed up in two choices: you can examine it to death, or try out something and see if it works. The one drains your time, money and energy, the next momentum that contributes to more time, money and energy. Ideas have if you don’t do anything. Get out of “analysis paralysis” by adopting an attitude of rapid prototyping, as a first step to get the idea out of their head to the real world. Continue reading