It’s time to start making something.
How many times have you listened to someone’s story about “…I had that idea about (insert awesome popular website company) and if I would have executed it, I would be a billionaire!”
What delusional and pathetic logic they have. Having a great idea for a new website or start-up has absolutely nothing to do with creating a company. Doing something matters, not what you think, say or plan. Do you think your idea for your company or new start-up is that valuable? Then go and try to sell it, let’s see what you get for it. Until you actually start making something, your brilliant idea is just that, an idea. The problem with ideas is that everyone has one.
Stanley Kubrick, a famous filmmaker, gave advice to aspiring filmmakers that was simple and to the point. “Get a camera and start shooting something, anything you want.” See, Kubrick knew that when you are new at something, you need to start creating. The most important step is to just “start.” You will make mistakes; you’re suppose to. It is how you learn from them that will determine how you progress towards reaching the status of “successful.”
Remember ideas are plentiful and cheap. Your original idea is negligible. How you execute is the real story teller.
If you have an idea for an internet start-up, maybe a clash of three different ideas with a twist – call us. Schedule some time to come in and discuss. We can set you on the right path, show you what needs to be accomplished, and show you how you can make revenue from your idea. Heck, we may even want to be your partner Mr./Mrs. “I have the new Ebay.”