It’s the fundamental question you need to asking yourself in the beginning. I’ve come up with a quick set of questions that could help you make this decision easier and quicker.
I’ll use my own experience / answers to these questions as an example, obviously adjust things to suit your own situation.
The problem with that thought is that you as an entrepreneur only have yourself to discuss the project.
I do not think that there is someone who will take your idea as long as it is profitable, by not having someone to share your thoughts, you are unfortunately no one to try them on.
- NN coNNectGroup Director, 9 - present
- paulgreen.bizBusiness Advisor, present
- UK Business AdvisorsFounder, 2012
- Midland Group Business AdvisorsMember, 2012
- NABO NetworkingGroup Director, 2 - 2012
- Delta Impact
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I am an experienced business expert in strategy, business planning, sales performance and assessment, as well as leadership development. He is the founder partner of UK Business Advisors, Fellow of the Institute for Independent Business and a Personal Business Advisor for Effective Business Group.
He is author of "50 Essential Business Advice Tips To Prevent Your Business From Failing" - free download is available by clicking on the following link: http://www.paulgreen.biz/success_tips.htm
I have been an independent advisor since 2003, primarily working in the SME sector, but with experience in the not-for-profit sector. Prior to this, I have over 20 years experience in the electronics industry, initially, after graduating, as a design engineer for Marconi, subsequently in senior sales and marketing roles for ST Microelectronics and Toshiba and latterly Operations Director for a SME.
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