Realizing Your Dream Business With Only 3 Things!

The prospect of running your own business is definitely achievable. The current landscape shows that more people are opting to set up their own means of earning an income rather than going through the lengthy process of getting a job that you didn’t really want in the first place. But, there are so many startup companies and people trying to branch out by themselves that you have a lot of competition on your hands. But before you hit the ground running with your marketing plans and core team members, what is it you need to set up a successful business?

An Idea

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Really? An idea? Well, I didn’t know that! It may be too obvious for words, but the best idea is not the one you’ve spent months and months walking the streets to find inspiration from. The best idea, for you, is one that is right in front of your face 90% of the time. Much like a writer needs to write about what they know, your great business idea should stem from your own knowledge and passion. That is not to say that you shouldn’t create a business around time travel if you have a real passion for it, but my point is that you need to know everything about the subject before you launch into it and inject your savings into funding. The best ideas are simple and marketable.

Making The Idea A Reality

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It is usually this point where new business owners fall down. 90% of startup companies fail within the first 6 to 12 months, and the reason is because their dream didn’t make the transition to reality. This is where your business plan comes into play, and in it, you need to outline every single thing you need to make your business viable and profitable. It may mean going back to the drawing board and making some tweaks to your original idea, but to make your company a reality, you need to operate in the real world. This requires doing your research into the market and seeing if there is a call for your business, or if there is a place where your business fits (also known as a gap in the market).

Financing The Dream
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This is where many organizations (such as banks) will look at your business and decide whether to fund you. There are many business funding options available to you. Some are instant, and some can take a longer time to get back to you. It all depends on the nature of the business and if you are deemed risky or not. If your business idea is a simple one with minimal overheads, then you aren’t deemed as risky as that time travel business. The whole process can be a stressful one, and you may want to think about getting some funds together yourself in case you are unable to get sufficient backing.  

The entrepreneurial spirit is thriving in this economy, and if you’ve got a great business idea, then you need to get it up and running to reap the benefits.

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5 comments

  1. Hi, Kally!

    I do have a longing will to start a business, but I have no good ideas to begin with…
    I hope I can make a living out of writing someday, however building a platform take too long sometimes.

    Well, soon I’ll try going on a Brazilian version of patreon, which is padrim, and see if people believe in my art.
    If so, I’ll invest in writing better by buying courses.
    Maybe I could set up my own online course later.

    Those are more ideas, yet to become a reality.

    Thanks for the great post!

    All well to you and your baby 🙂
    Lucas Palhao

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    • Wow! So many great ideas! I believe you will succeed as long as you believe in your passion. It runs in your blood, Lucas! I’m currently making a living out of writing and I hope it will take me somewhere someday. All the best to your baby and family too!

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