How to Start a Business | January 31, 2013
Dominik Loncar, CYBF Entrepreneur-in-Residence, email@example.com
One of the greatest myths about start-up businesses (also perpetuated by the media), is that all you need is a great idea; one great leap forward and you will land in heaps of money. Actually the opposite is true. It takes small acts of day-to-day courage, built over time, to create a business diligently and incrementally before one can taste the rewards. Certainly a strong vision is motivating and a good idea helps, but those are just starting points.
Small acts of courage means doing things that stretch you outside of your comfort zone such as:
The list can go on, yet all the items have this in common: they require short-term pain for long-term gain. They are not glamorous or earth shattering. They add value by flexing your entrepreneurial muscle.