Let's look at some facts:

1) Entrepreneurship is a growing sector in todays economy.

2) "Two-thirds of adults world wide think entrepreneurship is a good career choice," based on the 2015/2016 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report. Including 63% of people under 30 who want to start a business. 

3) Most wantrepreneurs have read A LOT of books, blog posts, online course content, etc. and have gotten loads of strategy advice, but have still not taken action. It gets to a point of overanalyzing that makes one feel like maybe entrepreneurship was not meant for them. It's like new years resolutions, most americans make one, but as time goes on, less and less stick with that resolution. Not that they weren't initially inspired, but a person's psychology is hard to change.

4) Most successful entrepreneurs are good at what they do so they are sought after for advice...in business. They likely do not have a scientific background nor understand the true nature (and research) of why you are not able to take action and therefore begin their advice at the stage of "so you have an idea, now what?" or "finding an idea." We've all seen it. In reality, the true starting point is BEFORE even finding an idea. If you skip this true foundation, you can learn all the tips in the world about SEO/Marketing/Selling/Market Research/Pricing Strategy/Etc, but it will not help you.

5) You should start here...on this website. Learn the true 20% that will get you 80% of your results. Make the decision to invest in yourself and then take action.