For many people with a great business idea, the delay in taking the plunge into entrepreneurship is because of the lack of time or money to get their idea off the ground. In most cases, there are viable means to modifying the business idea into something that can be started part-time and with less capital than the original plan. Starting out smaller can be very advantageous, allowing you to keep your current job, bootstrap the startup to fit your out-of-pocket budget, learn more about the industry, and test the market for your product or service with limited risk.
 There are very few business ideas that cannot be modified into a simpler, more niched startup. Sometimes, though, it is difficult to see or accept a smaller piece of an idea when you are certain your big idea is going to succeed! There are several ways to look at it — for …