Your Ideas Are Worthless!

Your Ideas Are Worthless! Avatar Posted by dabrock under Sales
From http://partnersinexcellenceblog.com 509 days ago
Made Hot by: LadySophy on November 27, 2012 7:41 pm
Ideas, plans, and strategies only translate into value for our customers and us in execution. It's putting them into action, learning, adjusting, tuning, and producing results that drive the value of our ideas, plans, and strategies.

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Written by dabrock
509 days ago

Thanks for the comments. Ideas are important--but this it is in the execution of the idea where value starts accumulating. Absent this, it's just and idea.



Written by HeatherStone
509 days ago

Harsh but true, Dave. Ideas take execution to transform them into reality and seldom look the same once they get there as they did on the drawing board. And maybe that’s a good thing. Stealing your great business model is harder than you might think. Because taking the idea is a useless endeavor without putting in the sweat to make it work.



Written by bigmoneyweb
509 days ago

Great post. Don't be afraid to share your idea. The value is not in the idea, but in the execution. Experienced entrepreneurs, business owners, and investors can give you valuable advice. If your idea is any good, people will steal it. Your job is to execute better than them. By focusing less on your next "big idea" and more on the actual execution, you'll have a better chance of building a successful new business. Thanks for sharing.



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