Actually i am not so educated and don't have any knowledge of startups. so that i need help
1.Discuss with people [do not share your complete idea]
2.findout your strength and weakness
3.findout strength and weakness of your potential co-founder
4.estimate the cost of developing an MVP if its a product
5.estimate the cost of capital investment and annual operation if its a service
6.try to aquire clients/sales/end objective to test the waters/demand/acceptability of your product/service
then decide if the idea you have is worth starting
Hi Krishna, First, you have tremendous experience in your filed, which puts you in the zone of the 10,000 hours rule, dramatically increasing your chances of success in a start-up. I would suggest looking at Start-UP Accelerator. Everything you need from Idea to MVP and beyond. Best of luck !
Hi Krishan. I have always found that putting all the features I would want in a my product into single area(notebook, online idea board). This way you make room for more concepts and features. Look at competitors and see what you can "steal" and put your own spin on it. Then i move to a wire framing application to start to piece it together.
also, ask yourself how you can create and attack a smaller or niche market with your product.
A lot of this is ideation and thinking through scenarios from the user perspective and putting your customer journey into words.
If you need some help let me know. I can help you work through creative and ideas and possible markets.
I am actually creating a platform for this type of work so this type of work interests me. I would love to also get some feedback from you as a maker.
you can check out my concept here:
Hi i am no expert but i find these tools helpful in developing my ideas and assess the feasibility. mainly in software projects but i think they can be applied anywhere. the tools are
they really helped in thinking of what i need to todo and plan a strategy