I'm not a native speaker. My apology for mistakes of following question.
It's been 2 years since I've started to learn HTML to build myself a personal homepage.
Now I'm able to code in all major programming languages to solve wide range of problems, from artificial intelligence to signal processing. Also studied composing and producing music, designing 3D & vector graphics; followed social and cognitive psychology lectures on my own to improve my startup ideas.
Well, I have tons of startup ideas. But, I fail at starting things up. I have no idea about bureaucracy, finance, accounting, finding out what is in demand in the market, social marketing techniques etc. I've tried to study traditional syllabus of finance and business management before, but simply I couldn't get motivated at that time.
I have some difficulties. The country I'm living in lacks startup-minded people that I can co-found a business or ask for investment. My lack of language skills stops me to establish conversation with international investors and potential customers. And I can't even afford to lease more than a VPS, file a company or register a trademark.
Recently, I stopped looking for a messiah and decided to learn every aspects of launching a business and finding resources alone in the startups universe. I guess, being an entrepreneur won't be so difficult since business-minded and techy people have a common characteristic: thinking analytically.
So, what do you suggest for me, and others, who want to be both tech and business person on their startup? Where to start to learn bringing a product to real life, and converting an idea into a startup?
In sum of, How to be a "business guy"?