How even an excellent idea could be a failure if not executed properly?

Besides poems, I also write articles.

Currently, I’m writing for VGo Global, a service that provides an amazing eco-system and support for startups.

Please, show some support. Also, let me know what I can write about next.

Love,
Shreya

An excellent idea results in a good business which eventually, results in lots of revenue and success. Seems simple, right? One excellent idea plus a lot of hard work and then boom! Suddenly you’re living your dream life. It’s easy to get lost in that trail of thoughts. But hold on to your horses. It doesn’t always work that way.

90% of startups with super cool ideas fail.

And why is that? Execution!

Here are a few common mistakes made by entrepreneurs while executing their business that eventually kills their businesses. Read on, and avoid making these mistakes.

  • Having no plan at all

Having no plan is a plan to fail. It’s a no brainer. Yet, so many ideas fall into this trap. Just putting your ideas out there, hoping that everything will fall to place will result in the death of the idea. Doing whatever comes to your mind…

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Utkarsh says:

    nice .. keep writing up like this..

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Shreya Joshi says:

      Thank you so much, Utkarsh! 🙈🙈♥️♥️♥️

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Utkarsh says:

        keeep going…!!

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  2. That’s great Shreya, I’ll look it up.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Shreya Joshi says:

      Tell me, how’s it? 🙈🙈

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      1. It’s very well penned and presented. The article is informative, interesting and is useful to all startups!
        I think you’re doing a fantastic job xx

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Shreya Joshi says:

        Thank you so much!! So glad you liked it. ♥️♥️🤗🤗💖💖

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      3. No problem! 😊❤️

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  3. Devon Brock says:

    Very good article. Perhaps you could do a piece on getting the right people in the right places, as, too often, entrepreneurs fail to admit their weak points and take on tasks that they are not well-suited for.

    D

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    1. Shreya Joshi says:

      Thank you so much, Devon! Also, getting the right people in the right place seems like a very important topic to talk about. I’ll definitely write on it. Thank you so much! ♥️♥️♥️

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  4. Very Professionally
    Presented With
    Great Information!..:)

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    1. Shreya Joshi says:

      Thank you so much! Really means a lot to me. 💖💖💖

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  5. gldn2th says:

    The best way i can support you in this venture is by visiting and reading, which I will do.
    The best way I can support you more directly, is to stand in line to purchase your books when they are published. There are many talented bloggers here on wordpress, too many for me to visit, but there are at least 5 that I would support by purchasing what they publish (though I may be willing to stand in an even longer line for one of your works).

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    1. Shreya Joshi says:

      You make my eyes well up with tears of joy. I don’t know how do I ever thank you. You words are a source of constant encouragement and motivation. All your kind words really mean a lot to me. 🤗🤗🤗🥰🥰🥰🥺🥺🥺❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  6. Carol anne says:

    Fabulous article! Could you maybe write about writing? or Blogging? Like, how to build a successful blog?

    Like

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