Were you fed up of making money for other people? Did you want more flexibility? Had you seen a gap in the market?
Whatever prompts you to start a business a good number of owners do not know their end objective.
When starting new business, it is so important to know your end goal.
I always use the example of the Sat Nav in your car; if you don’t input the right information you will never arrive at your destination.
It’s also vital that you never forget the reasons you started out in business – write it down and review it. The great adventure of running your own business may, at times, rob you of joy.
Always keep your list with you, to remind yourself why you chose your direction. If you asked 95% of business owners the first thing they wrote down on their list it would be independence, 95% of business owners very soon forget becoming totally immersed in the day to day running leaving know time for themselves. This can be very detrimental for the future success of their business more importantly their own development and health.
The key to building a successful business is to give yourself time to grow at the same pace. Allow yourself time and space and you will see the benefits for your business to flourish.
You must not allow yourself to become an owner who works for his business.
Come along to our workshops to understand or remind yourself of the reason why you decided to start your own business