In the sports world “MVP” means “Most Valuable Player.” In the online business world we call it “Minimum Viable Product.”
We live in the greatest time in history of the world to be an entrepreneur.
Why do I say that?
Because in this age of the internet you don’t have to put together a fancy business plan and risk your entire life savings to start a business.
I love teaching people how to create multiple streams of income using the internet and what’s so cool is that every single one of these strategies can be launched with very little and sometimes no monetary investment at all!! And several can be launched with zero experience!
Even though it’s easy to start a business sometimes I see students of mine making the mistake of thinking everything has to be perfect to launch that course, publish that book, or test that new product. Well….there’s never going to be a perfect time and your product isn’t going to do anyone any good if it never gets off the ground.
My friend and New York Times best-selling author of the book 48 Days to the Work you Love, Dan Miller preaches not to wait until everything’s perfect. He says that done is better than perfect every time. In fact, his first version of 48 Days to the Work you Love was printed at Kinko’s and was held together by spiral binding. Now that’s a minimum viable product!
If Dan had waited until he had a publishing deal his book may have never made it past his own hard drive.
What is it that you’re “waiting for the perfect time” to do?
I challenge you…..just launch it in MVP form. You can always make changes later.
The world needs what you have to offer. Get it done and out the door!