Best Business advice

Discussion in 'Business Ideas' started by Karl fernandes, Dec 26, 2017.

  1. rohinidubey

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    Before you even start thinking about having a business always make sure you have done a complete study about the product in the market.
    An what are the methods you are going to use while for getting customers to your business and making sure your business earn the best revenue.
     
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    1.Invest the money you can afford to lose.
    2.Don't overcomplicate
    3.Try getting your first sale ASAP (1-2 weeks) >> This way you will have the confirmation that your product is useful and people want it
    4.uhh... don't just stay at the office preteding you are working while you stay on facebook and youtube all day
    5.Give up time wasters like TV, Facebook, Youtube,Gaming
    6.Never give up!


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    The only thing you need is patience and hard work, most of the people expect the outcome too early. A business takes much time to get mature so stay involved in the business activities as long as you can.
     
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    Start now, you don't need funding. Watch out for when you want to do something big, but say you can't until you raise money to fund the idea. It usually means you're more in love with the idea of being big than with actually doing something useful.
     
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    Hi Karl,
    I totally agree.
     
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    I can't agree less with this advice. However, is there anything that is not risky? Working for someone is risky and somehow predictable. Starting a business is risky but the outcome is not always predictable. Don't take this advice every time. Use your discretion.
     

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