Find A Need And Fill It – Episode 1 – Part 2
Have you ever wondered a service that you can provide? Do you sugar with finding a need? In this episode, Jack Nadel, a veteran that has flown in the B-29 bomber in 27 combat missions over Japan, sit down with Clay Clark to talk about identifying the need that you were going to fill as a business owner or entrepreneur. It is important that you address the need that you were going to fill first. If you do not address the needs that you are looking to fill, then you will provide a product or service that nobody will buy. In order to create a successful business, people must be willing to pay for your product or service, or else what you’re doing is simply a philanthropy. Secondly, the product or service that you are providing must be profitable to provide it. If it is not cost effective to make or provide service for what you are looking to solve, then that is not a business. Get out and explore to see what other challenges entrepreneurs are facing in the community. When you are looking to find a deed that you’re going to solve, you must start by identifying the problems that affect you the most. When you start here, you will find problems that are passionate and important to you, which will make working on them very easy. If you start with something they love, and begin developing an idea from there, then you will create something that may be important to others. If you enjoy this training with Clay Clark, Business coach and former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year, then make sure that you sign up for one of our upcoming intensive business workshops, and get a free assessment for your business as part of our one-on-one business coaching program.