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I had written a post the other day about how challenging it is to go from being an organization employee to a full-time effective business proprietor. The purpose of these posts is twofold:
Are you really sure you want to be an entrepreneur?
Have the best possible chance by preparing in improve.
The following activities are mostly risk-free (check with your organization and associate first though) and achieve the two factors described above.
Do you have what it takes? I didn’t think I did, but here I am 25 years later and find it hard to imagine ever working for someone else.
It took me about four years and four different jobs, including working for myself as a typesetter. I worked for a real estate sales magazine, selling a travel franchise and even making jewelry and selling it at craft fairs and boutiques.
But when I took over an existing travel franchise, I began to develop actual business acumen. That involved showing up five to six days a week, putting in long hours, brainstorming various methods of finding new clients and developing relationships with others who might have contacts that would need my travel services.