After One Month

Have you ever wanted to start your own business? Don’t know how? Neither do I, but I’m about a month ahead of you on research. Here’s what I’ve learned so far:

  1. Read everything you can. I mean EVERYTHING! Any advice you can get from anywhere will help you learn to select what is good advice and what is bad. In no time, you will know more than most of your friends.
  2. Seek advice from others. Take advantages of any opportunity to talk with executives in companies, people just starting a business, people who grew their business from a startup to a mature company, and even those whose business failed.
  3. Budget your time. If you want to start a business, you have got to find the time to do it. Use your lunch breaks at work, while you’re waiting in line at the store, anytime to make plans for your business.
  4. Budget your money. Personal finances are directly connected to starting your own business. Learn to budget your money and control your spending, so you can invest in your business.
  5. Becoming financially independent is easy. I knew nothing about finances a month ago. Now, my husband and I know more than the average Joe. The average person knows so little about finances you’ll be way ahead of the game in very little time.

Want to learn more about starting a business? Stay tuned as I continue to update you on the progress my family and I have made with our own.

Learn more about what my plans are here.

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