All beginnings are tough, but starting your own business is even tougher. Why?
There comes a point in life, when you think of starting your own business, mainly because you feel like you want to break away from your routine, be your own boss, and ensure that you have a steadier and more secure income for the upcoming years.
What are the steps that get you from A to B and what are the implications of being an entrepreneur?
Well, depending on how you plan on going forward with this, it could be a tough journey or a much easier one.
When I decided to become an entrepreneur, I had a really tough time going from the steady income & schedule of my 9 to 5 job, to the unknown schedule and income of my own business.
At first, it was a tiring process because I did both at the same time and it drained every bit of energy that I had to spare. I went through some really tough moments when I was lacking support and even confidence at times. I started thinking...
There is an old saying that “birds of a feather flock together” also, that “it’s hard to fly like an eagle when you are dealing with turkeys”. What both of these are trying to say, is that you imitate the people you spend time with and that you will be no more successful than the people that you keep company with.
If you want to be successful, it is important to have friends and colleagues that are successful. This rule also extends to those that you interact with on a regular basis. I’m not saying that you need to get rid of all your friends that do not have an outstanding career, however, you should make it a priority to get to know the people who are leaders in their particular fields.
Having successful people in your life helps both your personal and professional development.
You have probably heard countless stories where people started a new business, but friends and family discouraged...
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