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Success Recipe: How To Convert Your Business Ideas Into Profit

Unique business ideas are often despised and misunderstood by those people who don’t share your vision.  Unexplored, weird, wild thoughts yo...

Unique business ideas are often despised and misunderstood by those people who don’t share your vision. 

Unexplored, weird, wild thoughts you generate each day matter, and they could define your path to a successful future.

The need to get inspired and motivated in your new idea is always vital, sadly, when you search for motivation around you, it could be missing. 

When you find yourself in this position, don’t despair, rather celebrate, because, you are not alone. Prosperity is a rare commodity, ask those entrepreneurs who have made it before you.

Don’t ignore that persistent spark inside your head, because those could turn you into a major business person that the world will ever know. But before you go further, you must explore your business ideas further before you invest time and money into them.

Transform or become extinct

Let’s travel back into the Charles Darwin era. “It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change,” said the naturalist, geologist, and biologist chiefly remembered for his evolution science.

Socrates, the founder of western philosophy comes next. “The secret of change is to focus all your energy not on fighting the old but building the new,” Socrates said. 
Ideas outlive humanity. “A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on,” said John F. Kennedy.”
To develop your business idea, you need to focus on being innovative and solve existing problems. Businesspersons are known to convert problems into opportunities.

Try, try again…

The next stop is Thomas Edison, the inventor of the early version of the light bulb. “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”

Edison, as recorded in history tried and failed many times in his inventions, but he never gave up. Taking from Edison’s journey, to make it in life, you have to start somewhere, anywhere, even against the odds. If you are waiting for the right time, then keep waiting because it will never come.

Eleanor Roosevelt was acknowledged as the “First Lady of the World” for a reason. One of them is that she encouraged people to face their fear. “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face,” she said.

“You are able to say to yourself, I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along. You must do the thing you think you cannot do.”

The world won’t bend to your needs

“The stars will never align, and the traffic lights of life will never all be green at the same time. The universe doesn’t conspire against you., but it doesn’t go out of its way to line up the pins either,” said Tim Ferris in a clear reference to those who are procrastinating on executing their ideas.

Ferris added, “Conditions are never perfect. ‘Someday’ is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you. Pro and con lists are just as bad. If it’s important to you and you want to do it ‘eventually’, just do it and correct course along the way.”

Wendy’s founder, Dave Thomas believes you only need three things to start a business, and capital is not among those. 

“What do you need to start a business?” Thomas asked. “Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desired to succeed.”

These three ideals transformed Thomas and made him famous.

Ignore failure and move on

Failure, according to Mark Cuban is a learning process but not the end. One should focus on the process, not the failure. 

“It doesn’t matter how many times you fail. It doesn’t matter how many times you almost get it right. No one is going to know or care about your failures, and neither should you,” said Cuban, owner of Landmark Theaters and chairman of AXS TV.

American civil rights activist, Martin Luther King Jr, encourages you to ignore your background and keep on moving. If he did it, so can you. “If you can’t fly then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.”

Go on, dream big

A dream will launch you onto the success path, Dell’s founder, Michael Dell declares. “You don’t need to be a genius or a visionary, or even a college graduate for that matter, to be successful. You just need a framework and a dream.”

Walt Disney, founder of the Disney Brother Studio and Disneyland words cheers aspiring entrepreneur to continue dreaming. “If you can dream it, you can do it.”

Ideas are everywhere, embrace them

While many thought ideas at Microsoft came from the top, Bill Gates dismissed that notion, saying subordinates are part of the idea bank. “At Microsoft, there are lots of brilliant ideas but the image is that they all come from the top – I’m afraid that’s not quite right.”

Surprisingly, clients and employees can be a source of great ideas, so don’t ignore them. “I have learned to respect ideas, wherever they come from,” advertising guru, Leo Burnett once said. “Often, they come from clients. Account executives often have big creative ideas, regardless of what some writers think.”

American model, author, and entrepreneur, Kathy Ireland, agrees with Burnett’s view.

Customer is king, always

“I feel I’m able to serve my customer by knowing what she or he wants. One of the ways I’m able to do this is through my website, and email: people give me great ideas, tell me what they want, what they don’t want,” said Ireland. “It’s really instrumental, and helps me stay in touch with people.”

Great ideas are an asset to any business, says, Harvey S. Firestone. “If you have ideas, you have the main asset you need, and there isn’t any limit to what you can do with your business and your life,” the tyre company founder noted. “Ideas are any man’s greatest asset.”

Ideas are the currency for success

Knowledge is power, it creates ideas, Eli Broad was persuaded to say. “There is no substitute for knowledge. To this day, I read three newspapers a day,” the late billionaire said. “It is impossible to read a paper without being exposed to ideas. And ideas... more than money... are the real currency for success.”

Inventor Edward de Bono probably amazed many when he said, “Most executives, many scientists, and almost all business school graduates believe that if you analyze data, this will give you new ideas. Unfortunately, this belief is totally wrong. The mind can only see what it is prepared to see.”

Ideas never die, people do

Ideas outlive humanity. “A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on,” said John F. Kennedy.” True, some big companies that were formed centuries ago are still operating, years after their founder has died.

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