Starting a business and realizing success with it is a tough endeavor. I know from experience, having a great idea is great, but having the passion and the drive to put things into action and achieve real success is something else.
This article is awesome because it gives you some actionable advice about what you will need to do to get the ball moving for yourself in the right direction. Hint hint…a proper mental attitude is key.
The article was written by Sonja Jobson. Sonja Jobson helps entrepreneurs and small business owners become incredible on the internet. She shares her best marketing advice in her free weekly email tips.
From the article.
After holding exactly two “normal” retail jobs in college, I decided that I got around zero satisfaction from working for a corporation, and that my real professional ambition in life was to call my own shots, work on my own terms, and start my own business.
This decision absolutely thrilled me.
For about 2 days.
Then reality hit.
I had some major roadblocks to get around: I was only 20, had no real business experience to speak of, and didn’t have a clue how to create, market, and actually sell a product or service.
What I didn’t realize then was that none of those issues were really my problem. The number one thing actually holding me back from starting my own business was that fact that I had zero confidence in my entrepreneurial abilities and rights.
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