A frustration we hear a lot from entrepreneurs is, “how do you pick the right market to build a business in?” Here’s just a few comments we got from our last post, a few days ago.
(Appreciate the comments. Keep ‘em coming. We wanna do some Q&A posts in the future to address the most common questions.)
A lot of us get paralyzed at this stage, because we’re worried about picking the wrong market, and wasting all our time and effort down the road. We’re obsessed with getting it perfect the first time.
While I’m an action taker, and a strong proponent of “ready, fire, aim”… I actually sway on the side of being a bit careful when it comes to choosing a market too. This is a step you don’t want to gloss over, because it sets the foundation (pun strongly intended) for the future of your business.
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Andy and I wanna do a Q&A down the road to answer the most common questions :-). We’ve been keeping track of everything you’ve told us so far.
I appreciate you,
P.S. remember — avoid consuming any extra info on building a business in the next few weeks. Be an action MACHINE :-).
P.P.S. Just a reminder, we’re currently accepting applications for The Foundation.
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