I am a developer and I created a product which I think will be useful to people. I created it because it is useful to me as there wasn't anything like that already existing and I doubt I am the only one who would want the same functionality. However, I am not business-savvy enough to monetize it so I just want to sell the software itself and whoever gets it can make it profitable and change it however they see fit. I don't want to sell multiple copies of it, whoever buys it gets the whole IP. Right now, the product is just sitting and kind of going to waste so I want to sell it as soon as possible.
Note: I am just a developer, so I may be missing something big. Please tell me if so.
How do i learn the "business" side of things? The top successful founders have a good grasp of both technical and business side of things, how do i go about acquiring business skills? What skillset should i even be after when it comes to business? I'm talking about the ability to spot new trend and create a decent business plan. From my limited experience, this'll give you a great headstart when you wanna build a company as you can not only execute it but also assess the opportunity or atleast be heavily involved in both.