How To Avoid Dumb Business Ideas

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  1. Desirability
  • Is there a demand for my product?
  • If there is demand, is it seasonal? or year-round?
  • Is the demand temporary or continuous?
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  • Is my product feasible?
  • Can I produce it on my own? or do I need a team?
  • Are there available resources to create my product?
  • Am I fit to being a CEO?
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  • Is my business viable?
  • Can I profit from my business?
  • Is the profit worth the time and effort to produce the product?
  • Are there any possible risks? and can they be mitigated?
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