It would be easy for me to tell you that I shut down Hungry Nuts because it was too labor intensive, the margins were too thin, that I lost access to the supply chain, or, all of the above.
But the reality is that although those things are true, I could have fixed them.
No; the reason I shut down Hungry Nuts is because I treated it like a ‘side project’ when I needed to treat it like a business.
Did it have a sincere mission, which was to help people and be profitable? Yes.
But without me fully behind it, as a driving force that would not give up, it was doomed to fail.
That doesn’t necessarily mean that I had to do all of the work. I couldn’t; I needed help.
I just never figured out a way to find it.
So, why should you care? Well, this post isn’t really about Hungry Nuts.
It’s about your dream, your project, & your idea.
It’s completely attainable, but only if you refuse to believe otherwise.
Just like Hungry Nuts still is for me, whenever I’m ready.