A business idea is worthless unless you know how to exploit it.

Many times, it’s not the business idea that matters.

It’s what you can do with it that really matters.

Have you ever wondered why so many people have good business ideas, but only a few people actually go ahead to start the business?

Having the business idea is easy.

Seeing the market opportunity is easy.

Making big plans and talking about how much money you can make and how fast you will grow is easy.

The hard part is actually doing it.

That’s why most banks and experienced investors usually invest in the entrepreneur and not really in the business idea.

They know that a quality entrepreneur has a better chance of transforming an average business idea into a big-time success.

Execution is king.

That’s why you need to listen to this.

In this week’s episode of the Smallstarter Business Podcast, I focus on the final part of a big question:

How can you really know if a business idea can make money?

In this episode, I focus on the “Execution” factor and the 6 important criteria that show if you have what it takes to exploit a business idea.

You’re going to learn a lot from this.

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