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SOMETIMES STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS ISN’T AS HARD AS YOU THINK

For those who take a chance and start a small business the outcome can be rewarding in many ways. Those who never take the chance will never know what they could have accomplished had they only tried. Sometime people get held back from starting a small business because of things they hear, or believe. Here are some misconceptions about starting a small business that often get in the way.

Yes, it does sometimes take a lot of money to start a business, but that doesn’t always have to be the case. If you’re willing to be patient you can grow incrementally by starting off small. This can also have the extra benefit of teaching you the ropes without risking a lot. Making mistakes at this stage can cost much less than if you already have a lot of money riding on your idea.

Many people believe that they must dedicate all their time to a new business, working 24/7 and putting their lives on hold. While it is true that starting a new business can take a lot of time and hard work, that alone isn’t the key to success. Working on your business 24/7 can have negative consequences on you, and your business. Just as you can burn through cash, you can also burn yourself out. You can work hard, but you need to balance that with good sleep, good food and enjoying your life.

Maybe one of the biggest limiting factors for many people is thinking it’s not the right time. If you believe this, then it will never be the right time. The right time is always now. There are tons of stories about entrepreneurs who started their businesses at the worst in history or the worst time in their personal life.

It seems that success is directly tied to desire and passion. To those who truly want to succeed the obstacles are just things to overcome. To start and run a successful business the most important thing you need to do is act, the rest will follow.