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Have You Asked Yourself These 10 Questions Before Starting Up

Startup in makingEntrepreneurship is at an all-time high, not just in India, but around the world. Between 2006 and 2013, the number of companies founded in the Silicon Valley by people under 35 more than doubled from 145,104 to 247,049. Bangalore showed the second highest Growth Index, 4.9. If you are reading this, you are most likely already bitten by the startup bug. But before you leave your (in most likelihood, cushy) day job and take the plunge into the startup world, here are 10 questions you need to ask yourself before becoming an entrepreneur:

Creativity - A Child's play

CreativityChildren are often said to be more creative in comparison to adults. But, isn't it strange, because every adult has been a child once. Is creativity a skill that we lose over time? No, creativity is not a skill that can be forgotten. In fact, creativity is not even a skill; it's more of a behavior.
Commonly children exhibit some behaviors, and these behaviors give rise to their creativity. We abandon these behaviors as we grow old and hence creative ability declines. Let's look at couple of such behaviors and the ways to revive our creativity.

Creating a Startup without an Idea

Startup without an ideaThe first roadblock every wannabe entrepreneur faces is to find a unique idea. And this very first need keeps a lot of people from starting their ventures. But an idea is not at all and absolute necessity to create a startup. We'll learn a very simple approach where you can immediately start building your startup and find and refine your idea along the way...

An Innovation Tool: The link between obersvation & innovation.

Innovation ToolAs entrepreneurs when we take up the responsibility to innovate, we start focusing on something which doesn't exist. But isn't it a paradox; focus is something which is hard to achieve even for existing things and we want to keep our focus on something which doesn't exist. Consequently, most of the times we find it very hard to innovate. Let's see how to make it a little easier...