Many working young people today are trying to “run their own business.” They just can’t leave their current job and start their own “passionate” business. For this reason, they have heart-wrenching dreams like “wherever they want, they are the boss themselves, when their heart goes to work, when they come home as they please, etc.”
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Many working young people today are trying to “run their own business.” They just can’t leave their current job and start their own “passionate” business. That is why they dream of captivating dreams like “wherever they want, they are the boss themselves, when their heart goes to work, when they come home as they please” and so on.
You sir Here are some practical tips for young people who want to start their own business based on my own observations, experiences and research on other people. If you agree, you will definitely follow them.
- Don’t think that whatever you are doing at the moment is useless or a waste of time. Thank goodness you have a job. Because the experience gained from the current job is going to come in handy for the rest of your life.
- Now, if you are planning to start a business, first think of doing business similar to your current job, not trying your luck in a brand new field. Like working in a school, business in your academy, or school supplies. Or other tasks used in the current job. Like most of my banker friends are doing courier company, stationery, computer side business.
- Participate in the business as a sleeping partner or part-time with a business person to learn first. Never quit your job right away, but use existing job networking to start a business.
- Never enter the learning curve with too much investment. Stay on the sidelines and see and understand business secrets. Don’t be tempted to make quick profits.
- If needed, hire a sibling, relative or employee to replace you in your new business. Don’t sacrifice your job right now. Create a feeling of gratitude in yourself and feel happy that you are going to set up a business with a job. Which you will be able to fully adopt in the near future.
- Create a balance between your current job and your new business. Don’t let a business problem affect your job. Keep in mind that you are in the process of learning the business.
- When your new business starts to grow and you really feel that the business needs your full time now, say goodbye to your current job in a good way, not to ruin the relationship in chaos.
So friends, here are some basic things to look for when starting a business with a job. Remember that setting up your own business is more difficult than hiring. Stay away from unrealistic things like when you want to, when you feel like it when your boss etc. If you take things in stride and try not to focus too much on the problem, you will be able to start your own business in just a few years.