We all know someone who claims to have an idea that could change the world, revolutionize everything we already have been doing, and bring in new aspects. And that doesn’t really matter if that idea is impractical, boring and requires just a few million dollars to implement.

Since the dawn of humanity, many such ideas have been flushed down the toilet since almost all of it comes while pooping. And do you know how does the lifecycle of a startup idea looks like:

  • Who the hell thinks it’s a good idea?
  • I can do much better at this.
  • Oh wait, There are some things we can improve on.
  • This is the best freaking idea ever.
  • Let’s just start acting like entrepreneurs now.
  • Let’s see if it has already been done before.
  • Damn! It is already there.
  • Let’s just be sad for a day or a two.
  • Oh, Wait! We can bring some change and make it an all new product.
  • Let’s ask people if they would use something like this.
  • Why the hell won’t you use something like this?
  • Wait! This guy here wants to use something like this.
  • We have got an audience.
  • I guess it’s time to work.
  • Damn! How do I start?
  • How do I arrange so much money?
  • And so many people?
  • Okay! Calm down. We can do it.
  • Shit. This is hard.
  • I can’t do this.
  • Self-belief is everything. Bill Gates struggled too.
  • Damn. I don’t know what I am doing.
  • Why the heck am I even doing this?
  • Oh, Wait! I got a solution on Google.
  • This doesn’t look that bad.
  • How do I earn money from this?
  • Who will even buy this?
  • This is a complete mess.
  • Why did I even waste my time on this?
  • Who the hell thought it was a good idea?

Inspired from Medium Article.

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