Three things actually determine whether anything could seriously become your business.
1. Do you love doing what you do?
First of all you must ask yourself whether you love what you are planning doing for the rest of your life? So that your business could get judged at last as your lifetime achievement although that can happen only when this inspires your lifelong engagement.
Any chances to leave things midway are minimised once you truly love doing what you do. That is how your lifelong commitment matters most in determining if anything is seriously your business.
2. Do you adeqautely disrupt by doing so?
Secondly Sangkrit teaches you to start-up only if your idea of doing business adequately disrupts. As per his algorithm, up to the level, your idea can disrupt, determines the total sum of your scope to succeed as a startup.
That is how any serious people play their game to monopolise any particular human behaviour.
3. Did you startup on a dedicated server?
Finally when you are serious enough with your idea of doing business, you must start with a dedicated server and nothing less along with buying bulk domains in your bid for owning all possible extensions of your business domain globally because that is how this works best for monopolising any particular human behaviour as that is called a serious business.
Mediocres, who are not even sure about starting with a dedicated server, mostly fail on the internet contrary to the domainers starting on a dedicated server since any serious players startup only seriously.