However, what most caught my attention and that I share with you today is how some companies that today are part of the 500 largest companies in the world (Fortune 500) were founded by restless young people in the garage of their home equipped with nothing more than a dream and a great idea.
Did you know for example that the founder of Ebay.com (the multi-million dollar auction company) developed the basic program of his idea in one night?
Or that companies like Amazon.com and Google were conceived in a similar way?
Well, today I share some tips on how to have faith in your ideas and shape them into what could be … a millionaire business idea.
See also: 40 Good Business Ideas
- Never discard an idea no matter how crazy this may seem. Remember that some of the most exceptional business ideas are those that no one believed in but that someone was willing to defend.
- Write down your ideas. Always make sure to put your ideas of possible business concepts on paper and pencil. Writing them down will help you develop and shape them. Write any variant or complementary idea that you can think of. Did you know, for example, that the original idea of UBER was only to be an APP to contact taxi drivers digitally?
- Do not be discouraged if someone else had the idea before. Remember that many ideas are born in the minds of people who never dare to put them into practice. There is a big difference between a dreamer and an entrepreneur.
- Never give up. If you try something and it doesn’t work, just try again. Find another idea, transform it or consider alternatives but never stop trying. Sooner or later you will find the high potential concept you have been looking for.
- Focus on creating solutions. The best business ideas come from thinking of solutions to common problems. Everyone needs an idea to improve their life, their work, or their relationships. Offer them solutions and you will have a great business in your hand.
If there are a lot of skeptical people who tell you that it won’t work, you are surely on the right track.