The first step for you when starting a new project is to find the right idea.
The best way to arrive at a good idea is not trying to think up new ideas – that would be the wrong way. The ideal way is to look for problems and needs, preferably problems and needs you have faced yourself.
Alternatively, it could be something you have seen other people, your friends or family, face regularly.
Why is it better to work on such problems? First and foremost - it ensures the problem really exists. It sounds obvious to say that you should only work on problems that exist. And yet, by far the most common mistake people make, is to try and solve problems no one faces.
Your aim should be to solve a problem that exists. Trying to solve for pain points that individuals or businesses face, can help you arrive at your venture idea.