Have an idea and no clue what to do next?
Most books I’ve read on becoming an entrepreneur seem to be either academic or written by wildly successful businessmen whose vision of “startup” was very different than mine. I’m not that guy. All six of my startups started with just me and an idea…and blind courage.
The Startup Assembly Manual is a logical and sequential set of steps for the average guy with a great idea and no clue how to proceed. Using the ACE Methodology, it’s about first Assessing yourself, your strengths, weaknesses, passions, values, and experience to determine your fitness for the challenges of starting a business. Then it assesses your customer and your product to see if your product can offer a compelling solution to people with a real problem and an urgent need to find a solution. This is Confirmed through research then sales. Then it talks about Executing the business plan that is generated by all that effort. Learn more at http://www.timothyfreriks.com