Many of us want to become entrepreneurs in today’s economy. Do you own a small business, or would you like to start one? You’ll find some great information here.
There are many kinds of small businesses. On this site, we focus more in-depth on e-commerce and blogging businesses, but there are local shops and service providers, consultants and coaches, who all qualify as well.
When you’re first starting out, you will want to decide how to structure your business. Will a sole proprietorship work for you, or do you need to form an LLC or partnership?
Most likely, your first business will be a side hustle. This means you’ll be doing the work of the business around your full-time job. It may mean working early mornings, evenings, or weekends.
Hey, no one said being an entrepreneur was easy!
“The only thing that is stopping you from where you are to where you want to go is your comfort zone.”Dhaval Gaudier
There’s a lot of work involved in running a small business. You’ll have to think about marketing, customer service, sales…and through all of that, don’t forget to take care of yourself. Entrepreneur burnout is a real thing.
Eventually you’ll grow your small business to the point that you’re ready to quit your day job. It’s a scary step and sometimes difficult to know, so find out how to know when you’re ready to quit your 9-5.
Interested in reading more about small business? Here are the latest posts from that category of our blog.
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- Why Entrepreneurs Need an Accountability Partner
- How to Manage Bookkeeping for Your Small Business
- Google Calendar Tips to Maximize Productivity
- How To Stay Motivated As An Entrepreneur
- How to Know it’s Time to Quit Your Day Job
- How to Avoid Solopreneur Burnout
- 18 Important Business Tax Deductions You Should Be Taking
- How to Bullet-Proof Your Website’s Terms and Conditions
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