Should you validate ideas?
Or should you just think about executing them?
People let potentially great ideas slip away every day. Sometimes we assume that acting on them would take too long or require too much effort.
By Tom & David Kelley in their book Creative Confidence
I've been that guy. If you think for a couple more seconds, you'll realise you've been that guy/girl.
To be honest, a lot of us make this mistake by overthinking what it takes to build something.
A few years ago, I decided that I'll start working on something within 48 hours of the idea coming to my head, if I find it feasible as a product or business.
And guess what? I've executed more than 20 ideas in the last 4 years, with two leading to profitable exits. One ended up in a loss, 6 of them are running without killing me, and I had to give up on 11 within the first month.
Even though the math is not in my favour, I've learned a lot of lessons that have made me a better consultant and have also helped me grow my own business.
If I had second-guessed or wanted to do all the SWOT analysis and search for a team and everything, you wouldn't have had this email in front of you today in the form of Two Paise Club.
To put it simply, just do it!