As we learned in Part 1, successis defined by what we do with what we have!
Here are some more of themyths Ive run into over theyears, and the hidden truthbehind the veil.
Myth #4 – Entrepreneurs are risktakers.Fact – Nothing is safe and nothing is guaranteed.Yes, entrepreneurs take risks, but there are two different kinds of risk: reckless, and calculated.
Myth #5 – You have to have aGREAT IDEA.Fact – You have to have an idea that you BELIEVE IN, or nobody else will.Take your idea and develop it into doable steps.
Myth #6 – It takes a lot of money.Fact – 50% of new business need only $10,000 for their startup capital.Thats less than half a year’s salary for many people. Is it still a lot of money? Yes, but compared to what you might earn its only a morsel, a small percentage of your potential earnings.
Myth #7 – Ill have so much freetime!Fact – Entrepreneurs need to work twice as hard at their business.Because now theyre not just wearing one hat, theyve got the entire hat shop on their head!
These are 4 myths that deal withstarting and running your ownbusiness.
Its not always as glamorous as itlooks – in fact, there are days whenyoull feel like throwing in thetowel. But when you learn thatperfect mix of freedom and work,youve really got the best of bothworlds.
Dont miss Part 3 in this series – Ive saved the best for last!