It certainly feels that way at times. For over 10 years, we’ve dreamed about Green Seed Technologies developing into the incubation company it is finally turning into. Some of the ideas we’re building today, we’ve been thinking about for a decade! In some ways, we’ve been patient. Business success doesn’t have to come within the time frames of venture capitalists. In fact, many businesses that fail on the VC route could have succeeded if the founders had been more patient.
Maybe we’re a little old fashioned, but we care about building businesses that can last. We care about running them in a way that is fiscally conservative, produces profits, provides meaningful jobs for people within our communities, and can withstand some adversity. We also love to find solutions for problems that we deal with on an ongoing basis. We can’t always “eat our own dog food,” but ideally that’s what we’d be doing in every instance.
But the truth is… this is still a bit of a crazy experiment. We want to create an assembly-line: for creating businesses. The same way Ford built cars. We want to create a repeatable system that can produce profitable businesses… and who knows if that is possible. But like I said… we’re a little bit crazy.