Published: October 12, 2016, 7:00 pm
Learning to live without a stable, predictable income stalls many entrepreneurs before they even start. Not knowing the amount you’ll be bringing in each week, month, and year can be hard to balance while shelling out those early startup expenses.
What is the best way to protect yourself from becoming stretched too thin? Learn to overestimate your expenses and underestimate your income. You’ll be setting yourself up for success long-term by using conservative estimates to your earnings and liberal estimates to your spending.
Are you still worried about living without a predictable paycheck? Have you gone around in circles (Read more...
Published: September 29, 2016, 4:00 pm
Let’s face it, part of the reason so many new businesses exist today is because capital is no longer a major issue. You can start a small business on literally a shoestring budget and get to work within a week.
The problem is that running a business still costs plenty, and that’s either going to come out of your wallet or out of your time bank because time is precious to entrepreneurs.
Statistics show that waiting for venture capital is often not worth the time investment and the SBA states that of all 600,000 new businesses started each (Read more...