It is difficult to start something new or venture out into the unknown. Many business owners who are going online with their businesses are finding it hard to launch because they can’t keep up with the millions of ideas in their head and have problems shortlisting the ideas.
Usually that leads to questions and doubts and failure to launch. What supposed to take weeks has turned into months and they are still churning with ideas in the mind.
What niche should I focus on?
What am I blogging about?
I’ve got so many things I want to present and which one should I choose?
There’s just so much to learn and where do I start?
What if I am not good enough or not an expert yet?
How should I present myself online when I don’t even have all the pieces together yet?
Those are great questions.
However we have heard about “analysis paralysis.” Analysis can be important for business owners but if analysis stops us from moving forward, it becomes a paralysis.
By the time we have all the pieces together we may have lost our enthusiasm. In every step of our journey as business owners there are uncertainties. There is not a single moment when we have everything pieced together.
In other words there is no perfection. So how do you quickly make a solid decision and start taking actions? If you’re still wondering what your next step is, we have the answer for you.
Shortlist your ideas and move forward. Successful businesses always evolve. Every actionable step taken will lead us to higher steps. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said:
Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.
As a business owner, the secret is, take the first step. In every business that was launched by successful business owners, none of them saw the whole staircase. They saw the big picture but not the whole staircase that leads to the big picture.
One big business idea and blogging tip:
What do you do so well you could do it in your sleep? You talk about it so much people say shut up! That’s it. Do it on a blog! 24/7- Sandi Krakowski
Answering this question will lead you to a big clue for your business and blogging ideas. To add on, ask yourself, which idea will make me money?
Brainstorming with a coach or a business leader might be the answer for you. A business coach may help you find your strength and weakness. He or she may be able to give you a second opinion on your ideas. Be careful with who you brainstorm with. Brainstorming with friends who have never started a business is a bad idea.
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