The hullabaloo about start-ups in India for the past few years has thrust students in the biggest dilemma of their lives — whether to get a job or be an entrepreneur.
Hugh Hefner, who once said, “Life is too short to be living somebody else’s dream.” There are eight tips for aspiring student’s entrepreneur:
Don’t spend too much time in thinking about the idea, just start and enjoy the phase
The more you practice, the better you are going to be.
It’s important to explain the product and ask for the feedback from the customers on their liking, pricing and their needs.
Take opinions from other entrepreneurs too. So, create a strong network to get better feedback.
Entrepreneurship is more than working and it requires a lot of dedication.
Try to run a start-up with your own capital as the investors are likely to divert the company in a direction where you don’t want to be.
If you realize, your start-up is failing then stop working on it as early as possible.
If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work and it should not matter. Just give a break and start something else.