Do you have a big idea for a business—one that you can’t stop talking about to your friends and family? An idea that keeps you up at night, one that you just know will work?
Time’s a-wastin’, right? Be careful. Discerning good ideas from bad ideas is difficult. And bad ideas crash businesses.
I’ve seen it all the time: an eager entrepreneur rushes into a business built on a half-baked idea, a misguided theory, or some other form of self-delusion. I’ve done it myself—and I’ve paid the consequence of lost time and lost money on rushing in to an idea that was never going to work.
As Joel Barker says, “Speed is only useful if you’re running in the right direction.”
Through my book, Will It Fly?, I will teach you how to validate your business idea. Prepare to say goodbye to guesswork and to say hello to the confidence in knowing that you’re on a path to success.