6 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before You Can Dominate an Industry

If you can find answers to each of these questions, you'll be ready to take on the world.

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Too often, people fail to think carefully about how they want to reach their goals. They come up with a business idea or a product and hope it will sell without doing the research. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David breaks down the six questions you should ask yourself before starting a business. Answering these questions -- like who you want your product to target -- can guide you and your business in the right direction and ensure you're successful.

To learn the six questions you need to ask, click play. 

Watch more from Bet-David on his channel and check out his new book Drop Out And Get Schooled.

Related: Business Lessons You Can Learn From Magic Johnson

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