How To Create Successful Business Ideas (And Automate Them) – FA153

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What If You Had A Method For Generating Profitable Business Ideas?

Today, you’ll get insight into Matt Paulson’s method. Matt creates a couple of automated businesses each year — all of them profitable.

Matt’s been on the show talking about his automated newsletter income (when I use “automated” what I mean is highly leveraged labor — there is still some management time needed) and has come back on to talk about another business — this one a service business, that is handled by software and a customer support person.

I get Matt off onto a few tangents (can’t help myself), but inside the episode Matt lays out his method of defining a business idea he is capable of doing with his current skillset and a low learning curve for skills he needs to acquire or hire.

This is another great lesson in entrepreneurship from Matt. I’ve linked to his other appearance on the show above, which is awesome sauce.

If you’re looking for a business idea, whether a seasoned pro like Matt or new to entrepreneurship, this episode will help you discover and evaluate you business idea.

Enjoy your Foolish Adventure,

Tim “Bright Idea” Conley

FA153 – How To Create Successful Business Ideas With Matt Paulson
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  • Sharon Hester Koontz

    Love the interview…lots of smart, relevant information I can use immediately.

    Thanks!!

  • I love your distinction between “highly leveraged” and “passive.” It was good to hear the rant for a minute.

    • And boy I can sure rant. Did you read the article I wrote about passive vs leveraged? I linked it in the show notes.

  • Endre

    In the show, Matt talks about The Diamond Circle and Fast Lane forum for ideas. As a noob on much of this online business stuff I would appreciate if some one could direct me in the right direction to find out more about this.

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