Ideas are a dime a dozen.
Are you thinking about starting a company in the web space?
Worry more about getting your idea out there to see if it works, rather than spending your time doing all the bookwork and business plans.
While working as a shoe and accessories designer, Shayna Kulik of New York worked with a series of freelance art directors who inspired her to launch her own design studio, Pixel Rumor.
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The following is a guest post by Aditya Mahesh.
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Every week I get emails from readers with questions about their businesses.
I called them.
photo by Angie Carlson
Last Sunday, I had a minor accident that as I attempted to remedy illustrated some basic failing that many small businesses suffer from.
The trick is to slow down…and map out what you need to focus on and accomplish.
When the hype dies down, a company either executed or it didn’t.
Too often, many would-be entrepreneurs spend all of their time planning before they actually figure out whether or not they actually have a product or service that someone will pay for.
In these dire days, doing nothing is not an option.
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