3 Steps for Turning Your Passion Into a Profitable Startup
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It can come from anything: a unique personal experience, witnessing a problem and seeing the possibility for a better solution, even walking down the street.
Everyone harbors inner creativity, but the question is: How do I nurture that inspiration and take the next step?
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Create a client avatar: give them a name, age and personal style. Consider what they read, where they go, who they spend time with, and what they value.
Network with people daily and let them know what you’re doing. You can do this easily with online social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram.
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