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🤷🏼♀️ You need costumers.
🤔 Having an idea and developing a product is amazing. Especially in software development you can create products out of almost nothing. But that’s only one side of building a business (and it doesn’t matter wether you want it completely independent or as a side hustle).
🤯 No matter what, you need people who are willing to pay you money because of the value you give to them. For most of us developers that’s the hardest part because we love to code and develop but marketing and sales are not our favorite disciplines.
✅ That’s the problem many people are faced with. So we want to give you examples of solutions how it worked for us and how it didn’t work for us. Learn from our experiences and mistakes. So stay tuned the next days.
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This is my experience with dumb advice.
One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made in my journey as an entrepreneur is thinking that in order to make more money, I’d have to diversify and have more businesses and more streams of income. While having multiple streams of income is great, it dilutes your focus, which is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever done. Don’t fall for the dumb advice that tells you to build more businesses to make more money.
I remember when I was passing the million-dollar per year mark, and I thought the next level was to build another million-dollar business. I then realised that the number one thing that leads us astray from our path, our journey, is losing focus and attention. I remember when I thought about this million-dollar idea where I wanted to build a free education portal and I spent $250,000 in developing this portal. I had a team of four working on that project, and outsourcing work to five programmers from India. When I launched it, because I had no idea how it was done, it totally flopped and I lost 250 grand.
Another time, I wanted to build up a whole new idea where I wanted to be a payment processor. I remember eight years ago, there was a time where I was using this platform called ClickBank. They were kicking out all these different vendors and I thought to myself, “Looking at all these different vendors, I want their business that ClickBank doesn’t want.” I built up this payment processing company, and I did all of the groundwork, until we came to a stage where we had to get approval from all these other payment processors, Visa and Mastercard. We couldn’t get approval on that final stage because we didn’t understand the game.
Because of that distraction and diversifying, I lost my core focus which was building and doing what I do best. What I want you to think about is, don’t fall for the dumb advice. Don’t think that in order to grow your business and take it to the next level, you have to build more businesses because it’s not. It’s about doubling down on what you currently have. Leveraging that, scaling that, and taking that to the next level.
What’s your core focus? Let me know in the comments
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