No stealth mode: A Business Rockstars Minute

< 1 min read · 7 years ago


Stealth mode is a reasonably common term used by startups and new businesses that believe they have an idea to protect – an idea that is special and which would threaten their business if they revealed it before having a complete solution. The problem with thinking that way is that business success is very rarely founded on ideas and is far more frequently associated with execution. The first smartphone wasn’t from Apple – several companies had smartphones before the iPhone. But they weren’t the iPhone. THe secret was in the execution. Want to know more? Ken Rutkowski explains in this Business Rockstars Minute.

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This is one in a continuing series of Business Rockstars Minute videos presented by Ken Rutkowski. They cover a range of small business topics, especially for entrepreneurs, and give you a real quick start on the topic and are a great point for jumping off. We recommend that you check out their daily live shows over at Business Rockstars as well. But most importantly, please let us know what you think in the comments. We want your feedback on how you like these and on future topics.

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