Thousands of startups start and end each year, and only the toughest and most vigorous entrepreneurs survive and thrive in the competitive market. Beginning your own startup can take anywhere from a month to years, let alone establish it to provide a stable income to you and your employees.
In this infographic about building a startup from scratch, the author has prescribed five definitive steps that have helped them in their own entrepreneurial journey. As every startup, or every company, begins with an idea, the first step is to articulate the idea in a comprehensible way, not just for others, but also to allow yourself to understand it more deeply.
Then comes the customer. A good start up is nothing if it does not know its customer, or worse yet, doesn't care about them.
The third step is to remember that you're unique, as is your idea. Trust the process, and don't burn yourself by constant comparison.
Focus on monopolizing yourself. Stand out, but in the best way possible.
Now, you're finally ready to begin working on the actual product that will be the star of the show. Remember, in a startup, this is just the beginning.