Updated: Nov 7
Are you thinking Business?
It’s been on your mind for a while now. While you’re in your car. Making lunch for the kids. Sipping coffee. Talking with girlfriends. All of the thoughts about owning your own business constantly intrude on your day to day activities. It keeps you up at night. You can’t stop thinking about it.
You’re not alone.
Most businesswomen have started exactly where you are right now. There is a thought that burns your every waking (and sometimes sleeping) moment. The freedom of being your own boss, the flexibility of setting your own rules, the empowerment of being the one in charge of your own destiny. You have an idea, a product, or a service that you know would thrill the masses...
...so now what?
Before you do anything, you must understand the full implications and blueprint for starting your own business. The key to starting a business lies in understanding the differences between forming a business, creating a business, and running a business.
Forming a business
Consider this your ideal world. This is the abstract place where your business comes together. Forming a business involves a great deal of brainstorming, a lot of daydreaming, and a boatload of humility. Forming a business is where you create your dream scenario. Forming your business is like creating your dream team: Nothing is off the table.
Creating a business
Creating your business is where you start to make the rubber hit the road. This is the time where you write business plans, look for investors, find real estate, establish vendor relationships, and plan for launching.
Running a business
Running your business is the ultimate end goal. After you’ve dreamt of what could be, willed it into being, and launched your endeavor, that is where the real work begins. Working with clients, tweaking practices, building sales, hiring employees, doing your books. This is the real work when it is all said and done.
Your time for personal revolution is now: Are you able, ready, and willing to seize it?
Until then, Be Limitless and Discover Your Next.
What’s Your Next?