Don’t make the mistake of making the product or service meet an exit plan goal instead focusing on making the product or service a strong competitor in the market.
In relationships, you will often hear about couples making compromises in order to find a middle ground that both are satisfied with to achieve a goal. Unfortunately, many people are asked to make a compromise when, in truth, they are being asked to change who they are. Let’s talk about that.
For anything to thrive, it needs a strong foundation. Does your relationship have a strong foundation? Is the bond with your kids built on a strong foundation? Does your business have a strong foundation? That’s what I’m going to talk about today…business.
I read an article that, as a consumer, rubbed me the wrong way. It is sad how many people simply do not understand how to work with others. Trying to force someone, or giving them an ultimatum, isn’t the way to go. Instead, learn from past experiences and show you have wisdom.
Why do most start-ups fail? Same reason why many commercial bloggers do not have the success they would like. Unrealistic expectations. Everyone isn’t meant to have their own business just as everyone isn’t meant to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer, etc. A startling number of people enter into the commercial arena with zero business experience, and without the inclination to take some classes (gain some knowledge) to help them excel.
“Even when opportunity knocks a man still has to get up off his seat and open the door”. Seeing the opportunity is the first step.