Since there's no rule book for starting a business, David Ronick has come up with a 10-point "cheat sheet" to help get your idea off the ground. Once you've vetted your idea, get some sort of product into the marketplace, no matter how imperfect. Real-world feedback will help you make adjustments and position yourself for growth until you're ready to "[s]tomp on the start-up accelerator," Ronick writes.

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