Do’s and Don’ts of Startup
When a new idea comes to you, there will be a long way to go from the idea to the implementation and profitability of your idea. In the meantime, things happen that may lead to the death of your startup, while having the necessary knowledge to deal with problems can prevent this.
We share our experience with you from previous startups, so be aware if you encounter similar problems. We share our experience with you from previous startups, so be aware if you encounter similar problems.
1- You have to study every day.
2- Follow the news in your field of activity.
3- Monitor your competitors.
4- Always have a side idea.
5- Speak in your favor in negotiations.
6- Secure 45% to 55% of your income or savings.
7- Collect as many databases by yourself as you can.
8- Creativity in the project.
9- Rely on yourself, Not to anyone else.
10- Don’t forget digital marketing.
11- Digital marketing must be done.
12- Users must be involved with the project.
13- Increase visual appeal.
1- You should not expect success in the first project.
2- You should never wait until the project is complete.
3- The idea should not be far ahead of the present.
4- You do not have to explain the whole idea to anyone.
5- Do not look for an investor.
6- Do not be perfectionist.
7- The project is like a child learning to run along the way. Do not expect too much on the first day.
8- You should not hold the project in suspense for anyone.
9- No one understands the project better than the idea maker, so don’t try to explain to others and waste time.
10- Avoid constant changes in the appearance structure and changing different parts, it is better to apply all the changes at once.
11- Avoid giving authority to non-experts.
12- Do not invite beginners without commitment to the team.
13- Do not wait for a miracle, the miracle is in your hands.
14- Do not be depressed if things go wrong.
15- And in the end, never give up, consider the first 10 projects as failures, but do your best for each one of them, as if this project is the most successful project.
Originally published at https://medium.com on October 20, 2020.