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Thoughts On Starting Your Own Business

During a time when “finding” a job can be difficult, many with an entrepreneurial spirit decide to make one for themselves.

It’s definitely a smart strategy for the right person. However, as I know from starting my own business, it’s not something to be rushed into.

Which is why I appreciated this article recapping key learnings from Global Entrepreneurship Week, which was celebrated in over 100 countries in late November. If you’re considering starting a business for yourself,  I recommend you read the article and consider its many implications.

But I also want to hear from those of you who have started your own business. What are some of the things you wish someone would’ve told you before you started your journey? Are there any things in the article you want to specifically call out – or possibly disagree with? Let’s hear it!

Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • I wish somebody could have helped me put in good systems upfront, rather than having to by trial and error find what works. I lost so much money being inefficient and loosing accounts.

  • David says:

    Great point, Christopher. Trial and error approaches to things that we aren’t comfortable with in starting a new business can be very inefficient! Simply reaching out to an expert for advice goes a long way.