Why Now Is The Best Time To Start Your Business
Written by Michael James on Nov. 24th 2017
You might be excited by the idea of running your own business, living the laptop lifestyle, working on a beach in Hawaii or at home in your underwear. But before you take the leap, here are some things to consider.
Why Now Is The Best Time To Start Your Business
Instead of asking “when should I start” you first need to answer why you want to start your own business. Are you doing it because you’re running away from something or are you looking to start a business, so you’ll have something worth running towards?  

Starting your own business and working from home is not as easy as some people make it look. You must be willing to put in 10 or even 20-hour days sometimes. If you want to succeed, you must be willing to work harder than you’ve ever worked in your life. And the reality is, even when you work your butt off, you might fail. But it’s the failures and the bumps in the road that drive an entrepreneur even harder the next time. The things that hold most people back are the things that push the willing entrepreneur harder, faster, and with more passion the next time. 

If you think you have what it takes, here are a few pointers to help you get started with the best chance of success.
When is the right time to start a business?
The best time to start your business is when you’re ready. I wish I could tell you “the best time to start was yesterday”, but sometimes that just isn’t true. According to Kimberly Crossland, owner of The Savvy Copywriter, “The best time to start a business is when you have your financial ducks in a row, have a backup plan [for] when things go south, and [have] the support to work longer days while things get going,” she says.

When it comes to starting a business, less is more. The lower your startup costs, the better chance you have at long-term success. Think about how much it will cost to sell the product or service you’re offering.

If it’s a physical product, how much will it cost to buy or build yourself? Can you afford to give out samples or will clients buy before trying it?

If it’s a service, think about how you’re going to deliver it to your clients. Do you need a website, or can you build your business by meeting prospects for coffee, reaching out to people on facebook, or talking to them over the phone?

Think about what things you absolutely must have to get your business off the ground and what things you can do without. It’s safer to start small and grow over time.
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Why Now Is The Best Time To Start Your Business
Written by Michael James on Nov. 24th 2017
You might be excited by the idea of running your own business, living the laptop lifestyle, working on a beach in Hawaii or at home in your underwear. But before you take the leap, here are some things to consider.
Why Now Is The Best Time To Start Your Business
Instead of asking “when should I start” you first need to answer why you want to start your own business. Are you doing it because you’re running away from something or are you looking to start a business, so you’ll have something worth running towards?  

Starting your own business and working from home is not as easy as some people make it look. You must be willing to put in 10 or even 20-hour days sometimes. If you want to succeed, you must be willing to work harder than you’ve ever worked in your life. And the reality is, even when you work your butt off, you might fail. But it’s the failures and the bumps in the road that drive an entrepreneur even harder the next time. The things that hold most people back are the things that push the willing entrepreneur harder, faster, and with more passion the next time. 

If you think you have what it takes, here are a few pointers to help you get started with the best chance of success.
When is the right time to start a business?
The best time to start your business is when you’re ready. I wish I could tell you “the best time to start was yesterday”, but sometimes that just isn’t true. According to Kimberly Crossland, owner of The Savvy Copywriter, “The best time to start a business is when you have your financial ducks in a row, have a backup plan [for] when things go south, and [have] the support to work longer days while things get going,” she says.

When it comes to starting a business, less is more. The lower your startup costs, the better chance you have at long-term success. Think about how much it will cost to sell the product or service you’re offering.

If it’s a physical product, how much will it cost to buy or build yourself? Can you afford to give out samples or will clients buy before trying it?

If it’s a service, think about how you’re going to deliver it to your clients. Do you need a website, or can you build your business by meeting prospects for coffee, reaching out to people on facebook, or talking to them over the phone?

Think about what things you absolutely must have to get your business off the ground and what things you can do without. It’s safer to start small and grow over time.
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