One thing to consider in getting your business off the ground, which doesn’t sound so “seksy” or anything, is this:
FEASIBILITY and PROFITABILITY
So let me explain for a sec…
Is your product or idea feasible to get off the ground in the next few months?
Or will it take years to get it rolling? (If so, I’d drop it like a hot potato.)
What’s the investment required for you to successfully bring your idea or project to fruition?
What will you have to learn, do, and accomplish to reach your end goal?
Do you truly have all the time and resources, plus the willingness to sacrifice whatever it takes to pull it off?
A little further…
Here’s the definition of feasibility:
the state or degree of being easily or conveniently done.: “the feasibility of a manned flight to Mars”.
So, can your project EASILY be done?
Or is it going to be as difficult as getting a man on Mars?
Not to dissuade you from your goals…
But I personally choose the easier path.
This goes hand in hand with profitability.
How quickly can you get to job replacing revenues, decent income you can live from, and then scale it up to 6-figures plus?
Two or three?
You aren’t sure?
If you worked around the corner at a part-time job, you’d want a paycheck pretty soon, correct?
Maybe after a little training, at least every two weeks?
Just my thoughts…
If you can’t make a decent income in 30-90 days?
I’d at the very minimum park that idea in the garage and “maybe” get back to it at another time.
Hope this helps you out.
Not sure if this is a good fit for you or not? But many students have found this to be a very feasible and profitable choice for them and their families:
===> Yes, I’m ready to see if this can be feasible and profitable for me too…
You’ll see how this has worked amazingly well for other members from all walks of life, and from all ages, young and old alike.
PS How long are you willing to wait to become the next online Success Story?
Remember… it doesn’t have to be as hard as flying to Mars. You can take the easier path right now.
===> I’m in.