Ever since I`ve started learning about entrepreneurship, I`ve always been excited about a particular segment of it: Cooking up business ideas. Within this month, I`ve probably thought up at least 4-6 ideas. My ideas aren`t kooky or anything, they`re actually very realistic and possible.
Based on the aforesaid, I`ve been thinking about starting a business revolving around it. I don`t think I`ll start selling ideas, because I know ideas are worth NOTHING. What I`m thinking about is creating an idea development center for young and aspiring entrepreneurs.
But here`s a problem: I`m only 19yrs. old and I don`t think anyone would believe me. Even though my ideas and insights are highly thought of by both my peers and mentors alike, I doubt that other people would trust me.
Does anyone have any advice on how to get over this "credibility obstacle"?
Dimitri Roleda, firstname.lastname@example.org