Every entrepreneur hopes he/she will expand weeks after doors are opened up for business. Many businesses are excited to reach this expansion phase quicker than others. It’s vital to discern when its right to move up.
If you experience some of these, get prepared to take on a higher level of operation..
Experiencing an amazing crossover night unfolding into a promising New Year, most people around the world embraced the New Year in high spirits as expected.
It was breath taking visualizing colorful fireworks, hearty cheers, New Year kisses, New Year wishes running into thousands on social media just in a few seconds; even the atheist, the most ungrateful, depressed, depraved or broke will somehow acknowledge another opportunity to start off again.
I believe you felt the same way being able to read this at this time is more reason why I should congratulate you and wish you a Happy New Year.
As humans we run through life assessing how we’ve fared on a yearly basis. We feel on top of the world when the past twelve months show increase not only in material things but in our health and state of mind.
At times we get discouraged when there’s nothing really to show materially especially when colleagues and friends given the same circumstances, resources and time appear to make significant progress with their lives.
A few people choose not to settle for the 9-5 cubicle for the rest of their active working careers, they know they need to transition at some point to private practice or some other type of business.
You’ll agree that working in a structured environment and transitioning to run a business usually comes with its own advantages. The wealth of corporate experience and knowledge of how to structure an iconic business for success is transferred to the start-up company.
If you have a 9-5 job, value it…
Learn all you need to, the opportunity and knowledge you’re exposed to will help you when it’s time to start up.
It’ll be beneficial to start paying attention and recognize how your working career prepares you to transition later in life.
If you’re thinking this way, consider these lessons: