How to Start a Side Business While Working Your 9-5 Job – 10 Steps to Keep in Mind
Looking to start a side business while working your 9-5 job at the same time? Look no further as you have come to the right place! Read this article for more information!
In the US, around 550.000 new people open a business each month. Even more businesses are shut down. That is an amazing perceptive statistic that reveals the way our culture and business environment has evolved when it comes to starting a business and be an entrepreneur.
The saddest thing of everything is that the majority of business owners who want to start their own business and develop their own brand are destined for failure. If you dig a little, you will discover that some of the most popular entrepreneurs in the world failed when they started their first business.
The reason for this is not because they aren’t passionate, hard-working, smart or well-connected. They probably make one or more bad decisions right when they are getting started. This bad decision is enough for the whole business to fail.
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It is important to discover your strengths and weaknesses before you start a business. You can’t allow yourself to make some basic mistakes that can cause your business to fail as well. By determining your strengths and weaknesses, you will able to know what you are good at and what you can really accomplish.
We know that it is a risky world out there and the competition is fierce, but you must follow your dreams and start your own business.
In this article, we are going to present you the top 10 steps you need to make to start a side business while working your 9-5 job.
- Make the Commitment – Prepare yourself and list all of the commitments you have to make
- Inventory Your Strengths and Interests – Determine your skills and assets
- Validate Your Business Idea
- Create a Competitive Advantage
- Set Realistic Goals – Set daily, weekly, and monthly goals
- Build a Road Map to Launch – Plan, analyze, and get started
- Outsource your Weaknesses – You need to focus on what you do best and outsource the rest
- Actively Seek Feedback – Seek outside feedback to ensure you are building something marketable
- Don’t Blur the Lines with Your Day Job
- Reach Critical Mass Before Quitting
Starting a side business while working a full-time job is difficult, but it is definitely worth it! Consider these steps and you will be well on your way to being your own boss soon!
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— Bryan Esler (@bryanesler) 29 de mayo de 2017