You will continue to receive all manner of ‘all important ideas’ regarding how to improve your product. Some come from others, some from you (at 3am). Your plan (the thumbtacks and the string, together) lets you evaluate whether they’re able to be considered at this time or not.
The internet is in the running for the Nobel Peace Prize. Should it be? The answer is quite clear, and not for the reasons you might expect.
Many job seekers, increasingly hungry for work, have begun to adopt a, “I’ll work anywhere there’s work…” mindset. Should you consider the unemployment rate before jumping? The short answer is Yes. Among other things.
This is the second in a four-part series asking, “Do you have it in you, to be an entrepreneur?” There are four key strengths that are must haves for an entrepreneur to be successful. Here, we’ll discuss guts.
Passion is, perhaps first and foremost, the most important trait for any entrepreneur. You have to truly believe that what you are going to do will add value for your customers.