Every successful business starts with a vision. Every unsuccessful business does too.
How can you tell whether your dream is destined to succeed? And once your new business is operating, how can you keep that dream on track?
We asked three successful entrepreneurs how they came up with the ideas for their businesses. What led them to make the decision to go ahead and commit time, money and energy to turning that dream into reality? How they knew their vision could become a viable business?
Eight-Foot-High Flaming Tiki God
In San Francisco, Steve Fox seems to have invented a new art form: a visionary fusion between high-art aesthetics and...indoor minigolf! Now he's trying to turn it into a successful bar, restaurant and recreational space in the hip Mission District.
"For years," says Fox, CEO and Chief Greenskeeper of Urban Putt, "I gave an annual bring-your-own-hole miniature golf party at my home in San Francisco. It was a charity benefit; we usually raised a few thousand dollars.Read More »from Urban Putt: Turning a vision into a viable business