How is your Startup going to make an impact on the world?
“Problems are nothing but wake-up calls for creativity”
— Gerhard Gschwandtner
Everybody wants to come up with the next Amazon or Google. There have been more fantastic Startups that have launched in the past 20 years than were launched in the 30 or 40 years before that. We have seen businesses like these ones revolutionize the way we shop online and connect with people all over the world.
Google makes it easier than ever before to learn pretty much anything you want to learn about.
With Amazon, you can order almost anything you can think of with just a couple clicks of your mouse AND receive it at your doorstep within 2 business days!
It’s truly astounding!
Startups are changing the very landscape of our economy.
But… it’s not all fun and games.
There are some things you will need to consider if you are thinking about launching a business.
Questions You Need To Ask Yourself If You Are Thinking About Launching A Startup
Why should people buy your products?
Why are you creating this particular business?
Who are you trying to help?
What type of impact will your business be able to make on the world?
These are extremely important questions you will need to ask yourself because, without a strong “why”, your business has very little chance of being successful in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace.
A bit more than 50 percent of small businesses fail in the first four years.
There will be long hours, more stress than you can even imagine, and constant challenges that you will face in your professional and daily life. If you have a great reason why you are following your Entrepreneurial dreams, then you might just be able to weather this crazy storm that is an Entrepreneur’s life.
Entrepreneurship Is Mainly About Solving Problems
To paraphrase Serial Entrepreneur Naveen Jain:
If you want to make a billion dollars, then you need to solve a billion people’s problems.
I love his mentality because he is always trying to solve enormous problems mankind is facing. His creativity, work ethic, and passion for Entrepreneurship are literally making our world a better place. He is only 1 person but the businesses he has created has solved numerous problems for millions of people around the world.
Naveen even taught his 3 children to adopt the same big picture mentality. His daughter does an enormous amount of philanthropic work and his 2 sons are extremely passionate about Entrepreneurship just like Naveen is.
They are truly a family of Entrepreneurs working to make our world a better place to live in.
His company Moon Express is even working on sending people to the Moon as well as bringing back parts of the moon so that we can study the objects and learn more about the planet.
Here is a fantastic article that talks more in-depth about some of Naveen’s accomplishments:
About Naveen -
Naveen Jain is an entrepreneur and philanthropist driven to solve the world's biggest challenges through innovation. A…
Naveen Jain is someone that is always trying to learn new things and that is exactly the kind of person you will need to be too.
Be A High-Quality Human Being
Be a problem solver.
Be a big picture type of thinker.
Be a leader.
Be someone that is constantly focused on helping others.
The most successful businesses out there are usually being run by high-quality human beings.
Be one of those people.
If you can alleviate people’s pain points and solve big problems…
Then your Startup might have a legitimate chance of being successful.
Good luck with your Entrepreneurial adventure!
Go out there and transform the world.
Show Me A Fantastic Culture And I Will Show You A Successful Startup
Culture is just as important as your product and customer service.
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How is your Startup going to alleviate pain points for society?