Companies pivot. Startups, more than most.
Pivots are usually good. It’s a reaction to when the current business plan isn’t going… well, according to plan.
They’re Plan B… or C… or D.
But how can you tell the difference between a pivot and when you’re just adding new product offering or feature to your company portfolio?
Stop waiting for inspiration, approval or enough of whatever to begin the life and business you dream of.
From a recent article in Entrepreneur and celebrating Small Business Week 2015, let’s dig into what is really standing between you and your dream of starting your own business.
Starting and growing a business feels overwhelming at times. You have a million things on your to-do list, and there doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get everything accomplished.
Many startup teams are, by definition, short-term gigs. Spin up a startup, work hard, accomplish amazing things, and flip. Some startups do end up becoming corporations, but that’s a rare case. Hollywood (film production in general) works the same way, so what can we learn from Hollywood?
The graphic “Social Media Explained” provides a great tongue-in-cheek explanation of the communication options available to us–a list that is growing each day.
Each of these services provide an amazing stage communication and interactivity with varying audiences and reaches; however, they focus on the message, not the action.