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This blog post forms part of a of a sequence on Starting A Business which I shall be running over the next couple of days.
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Starting your own business – The Process?

Starting your own business is not an endeavour you should jump into without a great deal of thought and consideration. It is risky, and there are a lot of steps to getting started. Most people seem to think they can jump right into daily operations, but there’s a lot of preparation needed before you can make your first dollar or court your first customer.

In this Blog post, we are going to take a look at some of the various factors to consider prior to you opening the doors to your business, and what you need to be absolutely sure to get in place before you get started. Keep in mind that much of this Post specifically deals with laws in the United States. If you need laws specific to another area, you will have to check with your own local agencies for information.

In this sequence We are going to take a look at such things as:

  • – Business licenses.
  • – Taxes.
  • – Incorporation.
  • – Taking Payments.

And More!

Are You an Entrepreneur?

The first thing you need to ask yourself before you start a business is:

Am I an entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur or not?

A true entrepreneur is:

  • – Someone who knows how to motivate himself.
  • – Someone who knows how to delegate tasks to others.
  • – Someone who is an efficient time manager.
  • – Someone who is not afraid of taking risks.
  • – Someone who is a good communicator.
  • – Someone who is passionate about her line of business.
  • – Someone who is an effective planner.
  • – Someone who can manage money wisely.
  • – Someone who keeps their customers needs in mind.
  • – Someone who is not afraid to promote themselves.
  • – Someone who is not afraid of technology.
  • – Someone who is highly organised.

It takes most of these factors to succeed in business, and the more of these you possess, the greater your odds of success. Remember, many of these factors can be acquired by study and/or training, so keep working on growing as a person and developing these traits.

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Pete


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