Chicago, Illinois (PressExposure) February 26, 2012 -- Because they are enthusiastic believers in their own abilities, most entrepreneurs quickly convince themselves that the ideas they develop - for a new product, service, process or cause - will make them rich, famous or both. That's typically the first opinion those ideas are subjected to, although entrepreneurs are notorious for lacking objectivity when evaluating their own ideas.
Second opinions flow from friends and family members of those entrepreneurs. Victims of that same uber enthusiasm and lack of objectivity, they're easily convinced those ideas are the greatest thing since HDTV, often to the point of investing in start-ups that are predestined for failure.
Now there's a better way - a more objective way - to evaluate the ideas and business plans of entrepreneurs...and for each entrepreneur to receive a personalized, confidential written report as part of that process. It's called Third Opinion Service, created by a serial entrepreneur specifically for other entrepreneurs.
The purpose of Third Opinion Service is to save entrepreneurs precious time, money and other key resources by providing a professional, objective and confidential written evaluation - that Third Opinion - of their ideas and related business plans before they move ahead to a costly start-up with little or no real chance for success. Priced at $250, a thorough, professional Third Opinion written report is virtually certain to save entrepreneurs many times that amount.
Third Opinion Service was developed over a number of years by Phil Grisolia, a long-time adjunct business professor and developer of five college classes leading to a Certificate in Entrepreneurship. Grisolia is also a SCORE certified volunteer mentor, an award-winning marketing professional, and the author of 30 Money-Making Marketing Secrets No One Ever Told You as well as 101 Questions You Must Ask Before You Start Your Business, both available from Amazon.com.
For additional details, and information on how to submit an idea and/or business plan for a Third Opinion, contact Grisolia at PhilsDesk@PhilGrisolia.com.