Anyone can follow a set of steps to build a successful company from the ground up. You need an entrepreneurial mindset to get started. Entrepreneurship isn't for everyone, but it's worth the risk if you're prepared to work hard and face the challenges. The first step you have to take when becoming an entrepreneur is to choose a product to sell. Just Googling hot products to sell isn't enough to build a sustainable business. Identify your target market first. Take your own life as an example. If someone could solve your pain point, what would it be? Try looking at the lives of those around you if you cannot find any. Is there anything you can do to improve their lives?
Knowing a market segment's pain points will give you an idea of the type of solution you should create or improve. Then, in order to develop this product, search for a private label company or a contract manufacturer. And if you are able to do it yourself, that's great, too. You should make noise about your product on the Internet as soon as it is ready. Make your brand visible online. Get more eyes on your content with ads, then create pre-order offers that your warmed-up audience cannot refuse. You can go from no sales to several sales a day, and then to multiple sales per day.
Your business may grow to the point that you want to sell it to a bigger brand or keep it. Don't make the rookie mistake of not thinking things through and researching adequately before negotiating. Negotiating should be controlled by you because your business is yours. Whether you want to sell the business entirely or just a stake is up to you. No one should make that decision for you.
Look for problems that you can solve with a product. Find out how profitable similar products are in your niche on Amazon and social media once you've found something your audience will love. You can only build a business if the products are selling well.