Tips for Start Ups

The difference between start-up and a hugely successful business is often a few years tons of hard work, luck, vision, and timing. The vast majority of successful business, corporations and entities were at one time a start-up.

If you’re an entrepreneur or start up yourself, you probably already know that over 90% of all new business fail. The odds are stacked against you and one tough lesson after another to be learned.

Learn all the rough and tumble lessons to be learnt yourself when others have already blazed the trail for you. Let’s have a sneak peek of few tips of the start-ups.

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  • Take as much feedback from as many people as you can have , whatever idea you have seek critical feedback. You often have to draw it out in a nuanced way to figure out what is wrong.
  • You don’t have to agree with them, necessarily follow their suggestions. But more feedback you have, the more information you will have to make the right decisions for your business.
  • Your business will always be your baby, no matter how big or small it is. Just like your real baby, you want to hire nanny that loves your bundle of joy almost as much as you do.
  • Learn first-hand from various viewpoints of industry, and find a unique way to do something better.
  • You have zero passion, zero experience, and whole lot of competition. You have find a way for it to make you money.
  • Quality and passion. Those are the real secret ingredients and they’re the perfect foundation for any business. Time management is also critical to both chess and business.
  • It’s why your business idea should have a plan as a springboard. It’s why being flexible and not sticking to Plan no matter what is critical.
  • Be laser focused with your investments instead, especially when it comes to marketing place bets on content and use proper tools to ensure you’re making data-driven decisions.

Amit Kumarhttps://buddymantra.com
I am a development professional currently living in India. My interests range from photography to technology. I am also interested in design, entrepreneurship, and food. I am founder Buddymantra. If you’d like to get in touch, feel free to say hello through any of the social links below.

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