Entrepreneurs – The Best Business For You

I am here to share some of my biggest risk with you. I took a big risk by starting my own business. I knew the risks I took, but I also knew that they weren’t as big as what some may tell you. I

In the past, I have talked about why you should build your own business. In fact, that is the biggest reason why you should build your own business. Of course there are some risks that you take when building your own business, but I believe there are risks that shouldn’t be taken.

Let’s Talk About Risks

However, when I started my own business, I took a lot of risks. I wanted to build my own business. I knew the risks I took were my decision and I made the decision to build my own business.

In fact, I am here to share some of my biggest risk with you. I took a big risk by starting my own business. I knew the risks I took, but I also knew that they weren’t as big as what some may tell you. I took a risk by taking a risk.

One of the biggest risks I took was I said “hell no” to any client that wasn’t willing to do exactly what I needed. If there is any risk I took, it was taking “hell no” to a client.

The Other Side of It

One of the biggest reasons why you should build your own business is the fact that you build relationships with your clients that last for years. That is why we build our own businesses. We want to build relationships that last for years. We want to build businesses with clients that we enjoy and have a positive experience with.

If you have a negative experience or feel you are treated unfairly by a client, then you can’t build any lasting relationship with that client. That is why I advocate saying “no thank you” to clients that don’t treat you right. You don’t have to take all those clients that come to you with nothing in mind. You can turn them away and save your time. I made this choice and I know many people have made the same choice. Your biggest risk should be to save your time. It took a lot of effort to take those clients that were nothing more than a resume filler.

It’s OK to Say NO

You can turn those clients away too. I can attest to how easy it is to turn those clients away. You don’t have to deal with them anymore. They can waste their time and go elsewhere. All you have to do is choose not to take them. Of course if you do take them, your time with them was positive, meaning you had a great experience. That is important. I could tell you a story about how I turned a client away and was happy with the decision. That positive experience made the decision easier to make.

Don’t get me wrong, I would never go back on my decision. Each business is different and each client situation is different. It is a personal choice to take on or turn away a client. I would be a hypocrite to turn down business just because a client treated me poorly. I have learned that it is better to let bad experiences destroy a relationship, rather than make a bad relationship even worse.

I could go on and on about the importance of choosing not to take on all the clients that come your way. I have learned that it is a personal choice to handle clients with negative intent. You get to decide how much time you want to spend with them and whether or not they are worth your time. It is a personal decision and the cost might be high, but the results can be very rewarding.

Take on only those clients that are essential to your business growth and success. Learn how to tell if a client is essential and what to do if they try to walk out the door without you. Learn how to manage the business and team when you are busy and choose to become an entrepreneur.

Fun Tip of the Day

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Starting Your Own Business: Five Essential Items for Success

Here are 5 tips for starting your own business. Business success is not predestined – but depends on you. So before taking the plunge… read this!

Here are 5 tips for starting your own business. Business success is not predestined, rather it depends on you. So before taking the plunge, decide how much time you have to dedicate to your new business and what you need to accomplish that time frame. And no, starting your own business in February is not enough time to put into a solid start. The new year offers the ideal time to build your business with. So now let’s look at the big five!

The Big 5

1. Consider your own motivation. If you aren’t driven to succeed, your business won’t last. Make sure you have passion for what you are doing before you invest your time and effort into your new business.

2. Find your own business niche. No business works without a niche. Which market are you interested in covering? Are you interested in fashion? Luxury goods? Catering? Event planning? What excites you about this particular industry?

3. Choose a profitable niche. Are you ready to risk your money and your dreams on a project you know isn’t guaranteed a profit? Chances are you won’t be able to take that risk. So, find a profitable niche, that you have a fair idea you already know you enjoy, and one that has a fair chance of being successful. Your business success depends on how much you enjoy what you do, and how much satisfaction you derive from it.

4. Create a profit schedule. Determine how much profit you want to bring into your business on average per month. If your business isn’t generating enough money to cover your monthly expenses, then you will need to bring in more money.

5. Set realistic expectations. Expect to bring in enough profit to cover your monthly expenses, plus some profit to spare. If you expect to bring in lots of profit, it is likely that your cash flow will become challenging soon. Therefore, set realistic expectations. We strongly recommend it!

Starting Your Own Business Can Be Fun!

There are many more items on the list, but these 5 are a good start. What you do with your new business is entirely up to you. Remember to ave fun and enjoy your journey!

See?  Starting your own business can be fun!

How to Build A Business

We’re all familiar with the idea that there are opportunities all around us. We’re all told to look for our niche. Ok great, but how to build a business with that?

What I mean by that is an opportunity to work on something that we are really interested in and is something we’ve had a dream about, or that has an ‘e’ on it.

1. It has to be something that we can get involved with for a relatively short period of time (2 weeks maximum) and 2. It should be something that we are proud of and 3. It should be something that could potentially result in a great deal of profit if we do a good job.

So, how do we choose a job?

1. I’d suggest you keep your job as your main focus. What would you do if you had unlimited time and money? The answer is simple; you’d design your job and try to design a job that you could get involved with for two weeks and get paid for it.

2. A job is a job is a job. I’d suggest it’s better to have a job that doesn’t excite you every day than a job that makes you feel like you are on top of the world every day. Find a job that will make you think every day about how you can get your job better.

3. Find something that excites you every day and makes you think every day about how you can get your job better.

4. Look for something that is not your regular wage slave job every single day. There are many opportunities to become a wage slave every single day, but you will never feel that you are on top of the world every day. Set up a rule in your head that you will never have a job that you do not enjoy every single day.

So when you start looking for your first job, ask yourself how you can get your job better. What would you do with all the time and money you have available to you. The most important thing is to put your emotions aside and come up with what you can do with the time and money you have available to you.

Man building a business searching for free stuff for entrepreneurs on the internet, no doubt! : )

Opportunities Everywhere!

As you do this, keep in mind that there will always be other opportunities that you can do if you have enough money. There will always be other opportunities you can do if you have a computer and an internet connection. There will always be other opportunities if you have a great idea and a team behind you.

Remember, this is not a challenge. This is just part of building your business. Now you will be able to focus on the things that are important to you.

Here are some examples of what could get you your better job.

  • Do a stint as a virtual assistant. It is not a challenge to work as a virtual assistant, you won’t get paid every week, but you will get paid every day. It is a good job to do between other jobs, because you will get paid every day and then spend more time doing the important things in life. This will also allow you to spend more time with your family and friends.
  • Become a travel writer. Put your skills and knowledge of the places you’ve been to to good use and help other people enjoy their travels. You get paid for your travels and your clients can hire you to do this again and again.
  • Teach yoga. It is not a challenge to learn yoga, it is a challenge to help people learn to love their body and feel comfortable in their own skin. This challenge is great for building a business with.

There are many other examples of what could get you your better job, just think of some?