Every founder who’s been in the game a few years has clouds of potential ideas floating around that they can’t find the time to work on.
There are many sources for new venture opportunities for individuals.
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- Royn Pellei of Vive Vita thought she was getting her big break when a big company became interested in one of her baby products.
Major media outlets are still important, but their importance has been diluted to some degree by a million bloggers and the flow of information that marches directly to the end user.
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Never say no when your own child asks: “will you play with me?” Never say no to a hostage taker.
If you’re doing good work, have products that people enjoy, and provide a service and experience that exceeds expectation, chances are, your business is benefiting from word of mouth referrals.
It’s about trying a new and different perspective — and realizing that you DON’T have all the answers.
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When you switch over from working for a company to working for yourself, you begin to realize just how overwhelming and stressful it can be especially during down times for your business.
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