“Are You Chasing the Right Dream?” Asks Small Business Keynote Speaker Dan Janal

Ideas are a dime a dozen. Finding the right idea and bringing to life can make you a fortune. How do you know which ideas to follow and which ones to drop?

In my keynote speeches at conferences and in my coaching sessions, I give entrepreneurs and small business owners a new, empowering way to look at their businesses and redefine what success means to them. I help entrepreneurs create their business strategies and overcome personal roadblocks that hold them back.

I’m always on the lookout for the next idea. In fact, I’m probably the only person who has created six businesses based on six different business models that have generated six-figure incomes.

I’ve hit a grand slam home run, and even a few other home runs.

But I’ve struck out too.

Here are three rules I use to determine which business ideas to pursue:

  1. Do I care about the subject? If you don’t have enthusiasm for a project, you’ll probably never complete it or you will be miserable if you do complete it.
  2. Do people want this service? Or do I just think they want this service? Ask your target buyers and your trusted colleagues and advisors. Then you can make an informed decision.
  3. How much time, money and energy will it take to start this business? Do you have an ample supply of both? If not, the business will fail.

I have 10 rules that have guided me and my clients. It’s a great keynote speech that inspires and informs audiences comprised of small business owners and entrepreneurs.

If you’d like me to speak to your group, or help you figure out what your next idea could be, check out the information on my websites and let’s talk.

For info on speaking, go to http://www.janal.com
  

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About the Author:

Dan Janal has written 8 landmark books, including 6 for John Wiley & Sons, that have been translated into 6 languages. He is an inspiring business keynote speaker who helps entrepreneurs realize their dreams of creating a successful business, leading a balanced life, and achieving financial freedom. You will also find him frequently on webinars, podcasts, and radio shows. he's probably the only person who created 8 different businesses that make $100,000 a year by using 8 different business models. He has spoken on marketing topics and futurism in six countries and four continents and has taught at Berkeley and Stanford. He's one of the most creative, problem-solving persons you’ve ever encountered.

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