Met a couple of people with very big ambitions, perhaps bigger than they can handle — makes me think that trying to build a billion dollar company from day one might not be such a good thing afterall. Wonder why huge companies “got built” when large markets and good solutions existed (rather than founders starting out with a mission to build a huge company.) Somehow the strategy seems to go haywire when you forget the first million and the next 10 million milestones. Other than the fact that the skill sets required at each stage are also different.
Even elephants are born as babies.
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what do u think about the goal?the goal as start as small flame,but it should keep the fire…it means …the small flame keep the power to destroy the forest.
im not agree the indian business model.it keeps one side thinking.be slow and be grow.
ya i accept your concept.but im not interest to grow some peanuts in my huge acre land.
i have some dream about innovation.for example i have prepare some basic business plan about some new invention products.perhaps its not happened ,because the need of bulk capital.
but some of my dream products should be launched by some big companies.for example now e book will be launched in few weeks as soon.but im not stop my thinking.
if you have the idia for revenue model with integrate market research and profit analysis,you never worry about keep move at fast.