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How to asses your idea 💎📝

Once you come up with a business idea, don’t jump to its implementation right away. First, analyze the idea and question it in terms of crucial criteria. It’s important to make sure your idea is worthy, reasonable, and likely to bring profit to you. Otherwise, whatever idea crossed your mind, neglecting a detailed analysis would lead you to failure. These are questions you can ask yourself in order to asses the idea.

🔸Does the market need your product?

This is the most important question. No matter how brilliant your idea seems to you, firstly, figure out who needs your product. This is the first thing to do before any expert reviews. Ultimately, any project should be lucrative for you and interesting for consumers. Otherwise, what’s the point in doing unwanted business? At the end of the day, there is no sense in investing in the project that does not pay off.

🔸What kind of knowledge and skills are needed?

Consider whether or not you are good at the things you will have to deal with. In any case, you should understand what’s going on with your project. Therefore, you have to acquire specific knowledge and abilities in order to delve into the process. Ideally, put together a team where each member would be an expert in their own field. Write down what kind of specialists you will need for your idea and build a dream team.

🔸What resources and technologies are necessary?

Think over the technologies you will need to implement. Approach it as objectively as possible. Frequently, you may come up with a profitable idea and lack necessary resources to implement it. Besides, consider what expenses you will have ahead for organizing and launching the production process. This will help you get the ratio of the costs and possible income.

🔸What are the key advantages?

Assess the competitiveness of your idea. Does the project have big chances to go up in the world and outperform its competitors? It’s particularly important in case you have selected a beaten track. Your concept have to win customers’ spurs and leave other players behind.

🔸How big is the potential? Is your idea scalable enough?

Generating an interesting concept is laudable. However, what matters more is how prospective it turns out to be. Think of whether you could scale the project up in the future. This means expanding trading objects, entering a foreign market, or franchising. Your net income directly depends on this aspect. The more you can scale your idea, the more money you can earn.

Which question have you asked yourself? Share in the comments 💬


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