Why do some fledgling businesses succeed while others tank? If you could answer that question with one simple thing, wouldn’t it be easy to avoid doing it?
If you’re considering starting a business, why not create your own entrepreneurship internship?
There’s no question that starting a business is a big shift from life as an employee. But just how big a change is something many would-be entrepreneurs don’t realize until it’s too late…and they find themselves understaffed and overwhelmed.
No matter how good the product is- or tastes!- you’ve got to understand what it takes to start and grow a business. You have to assess where you are in your life and think honestly about your ability to manage the uncertainty of starting up. If the timing isn’t right, then don’t force it.
Turning an idea into a business requires a lot time, effort and $$$ so just because it’s good- or even great- doesn’t mean you have to pursue it. This entry is about the power of planning to help you get at the idea that’s right for you, no matter how many twists and turns there may be in the journey.