Most people who are just starting out make the mistake of looking for a product first, and a market second.
To boost your chances of success, start with a market. The trick is to find a group of people who are searching for a solution to a problem, but not finding many results.
Don’t Blow Your Whistle When You FIND A NEED!
“A common mistake entrepreneurs make is that we get so excited about an idea or business venture we have, and we start sharing our vision with people around us and close to us. The bad part about that is not everyone is meant to know your vision.
“You shouldn’t tell people your next move if you haven’t made it yet. If people don’t know what you’re doing, they can’t distract you or get in the way of your goal.
” According to Crews, by telling people what you’re doing or what you’re about to do, you’re basically showing them your hand before you play it.
And then all sort of negative advises will ruin your confidence,then discouragement and before you say JACK, they are already doing what you were discouraged not to do and if you have to tell an investor about your IDEA make sure you have a LEGAL PROTECTION.
What else can you do to protected your intellectual properties, whats your opinion?