Using Your Passion To Solve a Problem and Build Your Business | Kingsley Grant | Flight TML178
Making sure that you are using your passion to solve a problem, is one of the most important piece to your business success. If your business idea as you validated in Episode TML177 is not solving a problem, you don’t have a business. You have an expensive hobby.
How do you know what problem to solve?
In this episode you will discover several ways you can do so. Here are three ways that was mentioned:
1. Survey your client base or audience.
2. Research the market to see what problems others are solving with an idea similar to yours
3. Think about the questions you are being asked more than once.
4. …and much more.
These are just a few of the ideas shared in this episode. I will be changing the word episode to flight starting in episode 180. This will fit with the launching idea of the podcast.
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Essentialism: The disciplined pursuit of less ~ Greg McKeown
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