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Do you have an idea for a business? Got something wonderful to offer the world?
It’s time to take that business idea and turn it into a reality with Village Fair Regents Park.
Whether you make the most amazing cupcakes and are looking for a retail space, or you offer a service and a shop front will take you to the next level, Village Fair offers spacious, modern retail outlets in a prime position, just off Mount Lindesay in the heart of Regent’s Park
Take your place next to big name retailers such as Drakes IGA, BWS, and HelloWorld with flexible, affordable leasing options, and guaranteed foot traffic.
Village Fair is a neighbourhood centre anchored by the 2000sq m Drake’s IGA supermarket and supported by 25 specialty shops.
The centre’s location, situated just over 20 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD on the Mount Lindesay Highway, is adjacent to the principal activity centre of Browns Plains.
The centre is perfectly suited to a variety of businesses but especially those centred on health and wellbeing such as doctors, chemists and other health-focused facilities.
This is your chance to take that big idea and turn it into a retail reality.
Check out the leasing opportunities at villagefairsc.com.au/leasing
Your brilliant business idea – getting started.
In his article for Forbes Magazine, The 12 Things That Successfully Convert a Great Idea Into a Reality, writer Glenn Llopis identified the key things you need to do to take that idea out of your imagination and into the real world.
“How many times have you been in a meeting and someone says to you, “That’s a great idea, you should take the initiative and make it a reality.” What typically happens? Most of the time – nothing,” he writes. “Most great ideas remain dormant because people don’t have the courage, resources, time and/or money to take action. And for those who take action, most are unprepared and thus find themselves spending their valuable time and money on a dream that simply goes astray.”
Converting an idea into a reality is never an easy task. In fact, it is extremely difficult. As the old saying goes, “If it were easy – everyone would do it.”
As you think about how you can begin to embrace the entrepreneurial attitude more actively, here are some of the things Glenn says you must actively do – at all times – in order to convert ideas into reality:
1. Believe in Yourself
You can’t take action until you believe in yourself enough to handle the consequences of your decisions. Any time you assume the responsibility to give something that had not existed before an opportunity to become a reality – you become accountable for your actions.
2. Embrace Risk as Your Best Friend
Risk becomes your best friend when you give birth to an idea. If you can accept this fact, you will approach the process with a lens that keeps your dreams and ambitions in perspective and on track. When things don’t go as planned along the way, stay focused on the mission at hand and do not allow disruption to set you backward.
3. Be Extremely Patient
Compromise is a choice, not a sacrifice. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Take the time to appreciate the journey and understand how things work. Most people are too anxious to get their desired results and thus start to make bad decisions as they go. One thing is certain: the journey will be filled with unexpected outcomes that you may not be prepared to deal with. Don’t let this get you down, but keep your head up and respect the process and where it takes you.
4. Learn How to Sell Your Vision
Converting your idea to a reality requires you to help others understand your vision. Selling vision is much like selling change. Clearly define your value proposition and how it can generate revenue. Selling lofty ideas without understanding how it will achieve financial results will never get you the right audience. The bottom line is what gets everyone’s attention (you can see this played out every week on the TV show “Shark Tank”).
5. Focus on Building Momentum
Carefully identify all of your resources and build upon them via relationships, networking and sharing of resources to expand the opportunity for your ideas. Building momentum is critically important to convert your idea into a reality.
6. Always Make the Idea Better
Never grow complacent. You can always expand upon your idea and make it better. When you begin to see how the dots connect, challenge yourself and your personal board of advisors to make your ideas even better. This is what Steve Jobs did with Apple, Pixar Animation and Apple again. Continuous improvements were part of his legacy. He never stopped thinking of ways to make his ideas better.
SO what are you waiting for? If you have a great idea, talk to the management team at Pace Property about turning that dream into a reality.