Starting a new business is very much like starting a bonfire. It's about how much energy's propagated.How much energy are you putting out to making things work? How many emails sent, calls made, posts published?Once enough sources of energy are developed, they may meet in a trifecta of energy, and your fire might actually start. Burn on its own for a little while, with little supervision.This is how ultimately startup building should be viewed.My newish podcast business, guests are being booked daily, through cold email. These guests share the pods. Listeners may share. We have constant improvement systems. This one's meant to be a huge bonfire over 5, 10, 20 years.