On this episode, we explore the fascinating and growing world of start-ups. Seth Radman, a serial entrepreneur from Atlanta sits down with us to discuss everything from ideas, solutions, success, failure, funding, to how he writes down every single problem he identifies on his day-to-day activities to see if they could later become the catalyst of a new venture.
Coming up with problems without immediately trying to fix them is a lot harder than you’d think. Our minds really are trained to find solutions. But, throughout this episode we focus the most on the beginning two steps—
- Defining the problem
- Confirming that it actually is a viable problem.
The biggest take away from this whole conversation is to start at the beginning, with the problem—and spend a lot of time there. The last thing you want to do is create a solution that no one wants or is willing to buy into. We also discover that starting a startup is not out of reach. The steps that Seth gives us are actionable. While it will take a lot of hard work and diligence, you don’t necessarily need a big budget to start. You really just need a group of people who have a problem.
Seth Radman - Co-Founder at Crescendo | Tech Entrepreneur | Startup Advisor
Charla Ruschelle - CR Clothing Co.
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