Is it possible to launch a start-up in 30 days? Founder of 100X Academy Pedro Adao says absolutely. Businesses start in moments, and they’re built over time. At this moment in time, the world is facing challenges. But did you think you could only start a business when you’re thriving? The opposite is true! Problems create opportunity. You don’t have to wait to seize the day. But you first need wisdom from experienced coaches and mentors. Adao chats with Bold TV about taking action to create your dream business.
Getting stuck in analysis paralysis
Some of the biggest roadblocks to business are mental. It’s difficult to determine when the right time to launch is. People get stuck in the analysis paralysis, where they spend more time researching and thinking than doing. So Adao says get started fast. Would you rather have imperfect action now or possibly imperfect action later? Would you rather learn in theory or in action? Sometimes all you can do is prepare as much as you can before jumping in with two feet. You don’t want to let perfectionism steal your dream before it even begins.
To launch a start-up, you need to know this
Once you get past your mental roadblocks, it’s time to begin. But since you’re starting your business in less than a month, there are a few things you need to know.
- Figure out who you want to serve. Business is all about solving problems for money. So your business is meant to serve others. Your niche market is that target audience.
- Carve your niche so tight that only you can fit inside it. Trim down your niche market so you can tailor your strategies to specific targets.
- Figure out who you want to work with. It’s important to figure out your who. The right people are key for entrepreneurs.
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