Have a great business idea but need some structure for first steps

i have a great business idea but i need some structure for first steps. The first steps to bridging the gap between your idea and kicking your entrepreneurial feet up on your yacht will take a lot of work, but here are some tips for step one of many to being a huge success.

I HAVE A GREAT BUSINESS IDEA BUT I NEED SOME STRUCTURE FOR FIRST STEPS

SOLUTION ONE

Define business, the target market, and how to reach market.

SOLUTION TWO

Seek information from the small business centers in your area.

SOLUTION THREE

Ask three impartial people you trust what they think of your idea.

SOLUTION ONE

Define business, the target market, and how to reach market.

Create lists. Creates lists of everything you envision for your business and find the natural groups. Website, investors, shipping, lease, etc. Think through every possible item and organize your thoughts. 

Define what business will entail and who will want it, how they will be told, and how business will be financed at first. Decide if it will be both brick and mortar retail and on-line retail. Decide if drop shipping is a good idea for the idea proposed. Set up on-line platform from which to launch. Make a list of angel investors in people you already know that you can approach.​

SOLUTION TWO

Seek information from the small business centers in your area.

Utilize your small business centers. You can reach out to the U.S. Small Business Association or you can find organizations on a more local level. These resources are usually staffed with people who have successfully launched their own businesses and retired or sold. There is a wealth of information there for you to learn from. 

Alos, invest the time in researching your business idea, doing the due diligence, choosing an on-line platform if it is to be an on-line business, and then researching and choosing the products or services the business will provide. Research websites that list angel investors if no investors are found among the people you already know.

SOLUTION THREE

Ask three impartial people you trust what they think of your idea.

Part of the due diligence is determining whether there is likely to be a market for the product or service you propose to provide.

This is an excellent opportunity to see where you are with your ego. The larger your ego the larger the chance is that your idea will fail.

As you go out and asked loved ones and even strangers what they think of your new idea you will have to be very self-aware whether or not your are receiving the information in a defensive manner or if you are being open and taking into account valid and invalid criticisms and compliments. 

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