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Timing for Business Development Ideas | Following Your Gut Instinct

Have you ever had an idea for your existing business or a new business but the timing was not right?  Have you ever tried to put into place a business idea and it didn’t turn out the way you expected?  If you are a business entrepreneur or owner, the answer is probably yes.  Just because an idea did not work initially does not mean the idea is without merit.

Business development involves timing.  There are a lot of products and services on the market today that failed the first, second or third time out of the gate.  So, what business development idea are you hoping to start this year?  What have you learned from a business development mistake that you can and will apply this year?  What opportunities are around you waiting to be put into practice?  Are there allies you need to strengthen to make a business successful?

Asking these questions may create another business opportunity for you.  We love helping business clients develop ideas and helping form new businesses.  Please let me know if you have a business idea you want help in developing.


About James Vann

James’ law practice concentrates on creditors’ rights, unmanned aircraft systems, business law and planning and succession, civil commercial litigation, estate planning and business succession planning. Through his family business, James learned at an early age the value of sound business judgment and values. When representing his clients, James strives to consider business and economic issues, as well as the legal issues.
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