explorador - 4:47 pm on Feb 6, 2010 (gmt 0)
Any comments, suggestions and feedback would be much appreciated.
I agree with all the advice above, specially on focusing on ideas one by one and completing them. Unfinished projects are a problem and waste of energy. It is also very common TO FAIL on managing time and having a real schedule.
I tried years ago what you are mentioning and I want to approach specifically to this point:
So as you can see I dont have much computer programming skills however, started installing scripts and building websites with DreamWeaver a while back (in college). Through trial and error and reading WebmasterWorld as well as other forum posts I learned quite a bit and am ready to move forward full force! :)
I had (and still have) the skills to do the job as when I tried to work by myself (programming, design and some other things) EXCEPT SALES and management skills. I have developed those skills but SALES is still a huge problem for me. To be successful on a field you not only have to be good on doing it, you have to be good on selling it. That's where I failed. I'm better at it now but I just hate the sales work (meetings, confusing clients, people not knowing what they really want and such). Other than that my only problem was doing work at night, something I really like instead of doing it on daytime.
At least where I live (Central America) is very hard to get the chance to have a meeting with the right people (important companies) and connections are very important. I've seen bad projects being sold to big companies and better projects never made it to the table for a presentation. This is a problem related to sales force.
Other than this, congratulations and I hope you have a good business up and running very soon.