I, Thomas J Salzano aka Thomas N Salzano aka Thomas John Salzano, a New Jersey based hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger, launched my salon because I had the idea. I believed in my Idea and left no stone unturned to make it a reality. Ideas are the triggers that drive a person to do something. Think about it, who was the first person to start a bank, who brought the idea of insurance in the world?


It all begins with an idea, but many dreams don’t get to see the light of the day because we don’t know how to nurture them the right way.

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And that’s exactly what I’m going to talk about today: nurturing your business idea:

  1. Differentiate Right Reasons From Wrong Ones:

Becoming your own boss is good, but if you are doing it because you don’t get much time off, or don’t like job responsibilities, you need to thing again. If you feel like doing things at your own whims, you need to rethink.

Commit to a business idea only if you are ready for a round the clock and unflinching commitment.

  1. Stick to One Idea:

With market offering literally a plethora of business ideas, it’s easy to keep looking for profitable ideas. The trick is to stay focused in the present. It’s the now that matters. Analyze your options, their viability and your liabilities to see which one suits you the best.

  1. Test The Market:

See how your market is already doing out there. Market testing is important to know your business’s sustainability. Once you know there’s a strong foothold, move on to next step, and keep testing the market times and again.

  1. Prepare a Plan:

Get your laptop ready and start designing a business plan as per your goals. See what you want to achieve and create a roadmap for it.

And then comes the most important step of idea nurturing: build a team. Look for people who not only share the same passion for the business as you do, but also know how to contribute in it. Some of them are business partners, some are your employees while some are investors. This is Thomas N Salzano aka Thomas John Salzano aka Thomas J Salzano, your hair expert and you expert advisor, signing off for now.