You don’t have to wait to start preparing to run your own business. While you may not have the time, money, or skills while you’re in school to begin your operation, that doesn’t mean you have to sit still. There are plenty of things you can do while in school to get yourself ready to run your own business. Take relevant classes, meet new people. and get a side job to help finance your business venture when you graduate. All of these are concrete steps that you can begin taking now, and when the time comes, your business will have a head start because of it.
Shared office spaces have become popular as business owners find creative ways of cutting down costs and networking. Consider this option for your business, especially if you are incurring high rental costs. Shift your business to a shared office space and enjoy the many benefits.
All you need to start an online business are a computer, a smartphone, and a reliable internet connection. However, business is still business. Competition can be fierce, and new entrepreneurs get the bug and join the fray every day. It can be tough to stay one step ahead of the pack. So let’s focus on a few things you need to consider before you quit your job and throw caution to the winds.
I was travelling years ago and picked up a copy of the “How to set up an online business” magazine at the airport. The book was so helpful I ended up reading it multiple times – earmarking pages, high lighting, underlining and making notes. This book is amazing…
Starting a blog to promote your business doesn’t have to be complex and costly. As a matter of fact, lots of people start their own blogs every day. The cost is minimal, and the entire process should only take you an hour or less.
Read on for a quick and easy guide to get you started.
I have learned one of the most important things about starting a new business is to just get going. You can personally get so tied up in the planning stage that it can be paralyzing. Not to mention that everyone you tell your business idea to will undoubtedly have a negative comment to make. It’s not that they don’t believe in you. Rather, it is the fear inside of them that they project onto you; in an attempt to spare you from the failure they fear themselves.
I have a friend, let’s call her Colleen. She’s been down on her luck the past few years and has not been able to catch a break. Divorced, lost her job, 16 year old son causing her grief – I’m sure you get the picture. Colleen has always worked for someone else and she is tired, frustrated, pushing 43 and looking for a better way to live.
How to Start a Teaching or Tutorial Website Looking to start a website, but constantly putting it off due to the fact that you have no clue where to start or what niche you would even want to get into? This is the case for a lot of different online business entrepreneurs out there, […]
If you have a business license and a tax ID number and want to get your hands on products long before they make it to the retail segment, check out these 10 resources (listed in no particular order). These are free resources, with no membership fees or set-up costs: Please email me [email protected] if […]