Find A Need And Fill It – Episode 2 – Part 3
Are you looking to start a business? Are you still struggling with how you were going to provide a product or service in a profitable manner? Make sure that you check out this training wear business coach Clay Clark sits down with entrepreneur Jack Nadel who has worked as the business owner of one of the top promotional materials companies in the world and flown in 27 combat missions in a B-29 bomber over Japan. These to discussed the importance of creating a clearly defined niche and need that you are going to solve as a business owner. The product or service that you provide must profitably be able to solve the problem that your potential buyer has. If it does not solve the problem, then it is not a business. Make sure that you are taking detailed notes throughout this training as there is a ton of great information. When you our first starting out, you do not need to have an immense amount of capital or resources to start. Many entrepreneurs started from a humble beginning. Steve Jobs of Apple Computer started in the garage. Jeff Bezos got a loan from his parents. Michael Dell sold computers before he had the hardware to produce them. It is more important that you are resourceful than have abundant resources. Jack Nadel talks about how as an entrepreneur you may experience the similar phenomenon called battle fatigue. When you have flown in 27 combat missions, that can begin to wear on you. Doesn’t offer newer, you will be grow your business for a very long time, so make sure that you have set your goals and dreams big enough to motivate you towards your success. If your goal is not big enough to motivate you, then you must consider how long you’re willing to work in your business before achieving your financial goals.