With everything I've ever learned, I've had to learn to walk before I could run. Examples:
- Skiing: I had to be able to go down the bunny hill before I could do a black diamond.
- Computer programming: I started by writing a program that prints "Hello, world" to the screen before I wrote any complex web applications.
- Guitar: I had to learn "Smoke on the Water" before I could learn the entire "More Than A Feeling" solo.
- Skateboarding: I had to learn how to ollie before I could kickflip a four-stair.
And so on. If you've ever done anything that requires any skill, you know that you have to master the basics before you can do the hard stuff. Is it the same or different with businesses?
If it's not the same with business, why not?
If it is the same with business, what's a good way to get started? Would it make sense to start with a small "practice" business simply for the sake of seeing encouraging results? (Example: lemonade stand)