How to not let your dreams and ideas slip away like sand! (1)

How to not let your dreams and ideas slip away like sand!

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Hey Guys,
How are you all?


Today, let me ask you some questions


Do you dream like a child does?
If yes, Do you act or work on your ideas?
Alternatively, do you let your dreams and ideas slip away like sand?




If you do, I am pleased to know that, however, if you feel thou do not have a perfect Idea, remember “Even if you do not have an excellent idea, to begin with, you can likely adapt and make it grow.”
So never Give up, and work on your Idea!


Let me share a Video with you, that will help you out in taking the initial steps!

Next, however, once you have your Idea, how do you advance from the idea to making it happen? Since now still, you do not have a completed Idea to work on.


Let me share an example with you, like if you want to bring a new product or service to market. First and foremost, do your homework and decided precisely what you plan to offer.


Sounds simple right!


However, every day, innumerable new product, as well as service ideas, are conceived never to be born, since they are not correctly conveyed to market.


In fact, a large percentage of the queries I receive are from small-business owners who want exactly this sort of help.

At such time I carefully guide them through and plus be with them when executing, to help them successfully bring their new products and services to market.

The Few necessary steps I always focus on are:


Study of your competition
Find your ideal customers
Create a unique value proposition.
Define your marketing strategy and tactics.
Test your concept and marketing approach.
Roll out your campaign.
Know your product’s lifecycle.


Starting-up has always been difficult. Even when you think you are putting in your best, it may not be enough to pull it off. Truthfully, most people fail. However, don’t give up on your dream just yet. If you really believe that you have something amazing to share with the world, go for it.



No growth hack, excellent marketing idea, or any sales team can save you long-term if you do not have a sufficiently good product.


It is truly the efficient and effective generation and development of ideas by a process that leads to new products. Let me borrow a line once said by Aaron Levie to express


“The product that wins is the one that bridges customers to the future, not the one that requires a giant leap.”


The most important objective you set for yourself as a startup entrepreneur will take the time to achieve business stardom.


For you to be a satisfied ‘not successful’ startup entrepreneur, the number one trait you will need to grow in your journey as a startup founder is ‘the perseverance.’ Moreover, the only way to develop that is to understand why you are in business in the first place and making up your mind for the risks involved on the journey you have begun.


A German philosopher Frederick Nietzsche once said, ‘He who has a “WHY” can endure any HOW.” Knowing your ‘why’ is only knowing the core reasons why you want to achieve the goals you have set out to accomplish for yourself.


Like for instance, being recognized for something is indeed enjoyable, isn’t it?
Plus, people may start referring to you as the marketing guy, or the retail maven or the software guru.
Whatever it is you are recognized as it is fun to build that brand and earn that recognition especially if the brand you make and develop is your OWN. Right?


That’s how it begins, Once you have Built a Startup. Next, you get to Build a Legacy.


So tell me,
Do you want to Start a Business?
Moreover, If in you have, share your story in the comments below to motivate others.
Also, If you have a query, feel free to ask in the comments section below 🙂
Looking forward to it!
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Sushmita Thakare Jain

Founder & CEO at EFR International
I'm a Work Enthusiast & Blogger, Looking and Searching for what Life has new to Offer.
I help business owners Build their Brands and make them irresistible, profitable & simple to run.
I want to help you build your social media and it's marketing, business growth and digital strategy with confidence, so they're not just successful, but authentic as well as reliable.
If you are not a Business owner, don't worry for you I have services like Finance Management, Retirement Planning and much more to offer!
Other than work I'm someone, who love's 2 enjoy life, I love to keep things sweet n simple just like me!!!
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22 thoughts on “How to not let your dreams and ideas slip away like sand!

  1. Your “why” keeps you hanging on when you are weary, when you do not receive support from friends/family, when you doubt your abilities.

    Going into business is for those passionate about their new venture. Money cannot be the only incentive as you may not make much at all to start.

    You have given us some great tips.

  2. Good post and timely for me as I’m planning how and where to release the travel journal I’m having printed. I did the market research and couldn’t find a blank journal like it, yahoo. Now for the nuts and bolts of marketing it (the part I hate). I’m very excited to be working with a small run printer–only 52 book commitment. Great way to start a new venture.

  3. Hi Sushmita. I started my business in 1993 and have seen it go through a series of changes as my career evolved. I think it is important for us to keep our minds open to new ideas that will enable us to grow and evolve.

  4. Great inspirational lost. As a new blogger, I have to motivate myself every day to work towards the dream of being successful at it.

  5. Great advice. Well thought out and obviously based on experience. I have no doubt this will help many people who are harboring the dream of starting their own business.

  6. I think as we get older it’s hard to keep our dreams in focus because we get swept up in the day-to-day corporate Rat Race and forget that we can work on our own dreams and desires when it comes to a career.

  7. All of these are essential things one needs to think about when you are starting a business. Ultimately you have to know who you are and be true to yourself and that vision or you will not be happy with what you do.

  8. Omg such great tips. I’ve been studying my competition and creating innovative ideas to separate me from my competitors.


  9. Taking that initial step toward your dream is so important.
    I am unsure if we let our dreams slip away, or if they are like rock, and merely worn away by the waves of the world.
    Constantly bombarding them, until they turn into sand, which is easier to get blown away.

  10. You are so right that understanding your why is crucial. I try to make my why very clear to myself when I start. That helps me get through all the bumps in the rode and helps drive me forward. It really is amazing all the things you have to think about when becoming an entrepreneur. Thanks for pointing out a lot of good ones.

  11. I am a fairly new, professional blogger. I see that most don’t do a business plan which is a critical mistake. I did mine and studied my competition. Although it is no guarantee of success, I feel so much more informed and prepared than many new bloggers out threre.

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