You’ve got a brillant new idea for a toy that is sure to be the next must-have. Or you believe you have an entirely new twist on a concept that might just make for a great business. But you’re hesitant to take the plunge because starting a new venture is perilous work.
It’s no wonder that knowing where to start — how to build a prototype, how to market your product, etc. — can seem so intimidating. One thing that differentiates successful startups from unsuccessful ones? The right advice and the right tools.
But wait, let’s talk about advice. People are going to give you advice. And to be honest, we need to figure out whether some of that advice is actually useful. It has nothing to do with our belief in a person’s drive, their mission, or even their success. It by no means means that we don’t support someone…
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