Determine what new businesses are best suited for you as an entrepreneur. Brainstorm ideas, identify the best opportunity, and test the validity of the business before starting.
The prospect of starting your own business from scratch can feel at once exhilarating and overwhelming. Before you launch a new business, it's critical that you validate and test your ideas to determine if they represent legitimate market needs. In this course, Dave Crenshaw helps you determine first which businesses are best suited to you as an entrepreneur, and then how to brainstorm ideas and identify which idea is a real opportunity. Lastly, he helps you create and execute a plan to test for validity before you start a business.
What you should know before watching this course
Using the exercise files
1. Matching the Idea to the Entrepreneur
Know yourself as the entrepreneur
Be aware of needs
Develop the new business idea list
Narrow the list to your best ideas
2. Separating Ideas from Opportunities
Understand the difference between idea and opportunity