By Steve Adam and Bob Acton
Being mentally fit is a critical component for start-up success. Anybody can create a start-up and have potential success as a result. The idea of starting your own business is thousands of years old but it is only in recent years that we can conceive of an idea, test it, receive feedback, and decide if it is worth pursuing with almost no money and in very short time frames. Methods to manage our way through the wild ride of growing ideas to products are laying strong foundations for beginners and seasoned entrepreneurs alike. Approaches such as Eric Reis' Lean Startup and Osterwalder's Business Model Generation have proven to be excellent resources at a time when even MBA programs cannot keep up with the dizzying speed of evolving tactics and methods.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 06:29