Your inner circle will help shape your product. Before you even launch, you’ll have your first fans, your second family that will stick with you through the life of your product.
Example: Run a focus group of at least 10 people at a time and let your audience test your product; chances are you’ll get a lot of valuable feedback for you to work on, and you’ll get to build a community on the way.
You’ll gather user feedback, make changes, and gather more feedback until you develop the best product possible based on your customer’s needs.
Example: Test & trial your idea until you get it right.
Only you can make your idea a reality. You got the Aha! Moment because you knew how to connect the dots; chances are others wouldn’t know how to do it as you do.
Example: When you’re looking to prove your business idea, it is best to talk with an expert in the industry and someone who has a vested interest in your success. So do share your ideas, but don’t share them blindly.
Here’s some advice: share your business ideas early and often (carefully). That way, you’ll be the first to start building your online presence (you’ll also beat your competitors to the punch). Also, keep in mind that no one can steal your business idea – so don’t hold back!
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