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Don't be afraid of making pivots in your business to be successful

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When an #entrepreneur starts with his business idea , he works on the same with the single focus but it may happen that there is time lag between the #ideation & the execution stage
We all know that the #business environment or the consumer preferences are very dynamic , so what was ideated in the beginning may not hold true from the #economic or #business sense later on
It makes logical sense to make a pivot at critical stages on your business model to make it economically viable There might be lot of experiments required even after many years of your startup launch but don’t be afraid in conducting the same as you need to be more dynamic than the business environment
This doesn’t mean the core ideas needs to be changes but the means of reaching the end goal may have to be completely altered as what it was in the beginning
These are independent views of Outsourced CMO

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