Frustrated Entrepreneur is a funny scoof featuring struggle of a bootstrapped entrepreneur based on the theme of movie "A Wednesday". This comedy video shows how a bootstrapped Entrepreneur is struggling to get his funding released despite commitments from investors. How the startup founder has to followup the investors on day to basis and the way he/she is getting ignored.
Wouldn't it be nice to know that your business could be profitable from day one? Many successful companies began with a purchase order. Since having customers is really what business is all about, having at least one customer is a good place to start.
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For every business there is are ideas that is so close and so tempting that it doesn’t seem distracting, but brilliantly accretive. This idea has a siren song… tempting us to abandon the principles of focus and steady execution. Words like opportunity cost, synergy, accretive, outside the box, and aggressive taunt us to take the risk and make the concept a core piece of the business.
So what makes the cut, and what doesn’t? Where is the line? The best way to find that line is to thoroughly explore the closest idea that doesn’t cut the mustard. I’m talking about identifying a real opportunity, that is so close to the current business that it would take only minimal effort to attain, but is just a hair’s breadth too distracting to embrace. This exercise brings into clear focus the critical line between focus and distraction. It gives us a ruebrick by which to judge new concepts as being sufficiently relevant to explore.
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