sounds good man
Hey, Thanks for reaching out. I know quite a bit about business, because i was raised around successful multi millionaire entrepreneurs. I actually study and build businesses for a living now, but i don’t know everything. Every business model is different because every industry is different. I could help more if you send some specific idea’s but here’s somethings to think about..
First off, most people have it 100% backwards as usual. This is opinion, so take it how you’d like, but I don’t believe you should do something or pick a career or profession because it “Fullfils” you. There’s a huge world out there and i don’t believe anyone that says they’re satisfied by what they do for a living. I believe you should do something that WORKS which means it allows you to live a life you love. Be satisfied at the kitchen table or in the back yard with your family, not in a cubicle or behind a screen or wherever. I don’t want my wife to compete with my love so she’ll never hear me say i love what i do.. Don’t be miserable, but let the outcome of your work be the focus, NOT the process.
Secondly, the 2 main reasons business fail is 1. Lack of Money - people start undercapitalized and end upside down. 2. Lack of Knowledge - Most people don’t have someone to help them through the minefield and get blown up over something out of their control but could be foreseen. Don’t jump into business without adequate amount of those 2 things.
I’ll end with this.. Most people are taught to get a good education, go out with all that ability and trade it for salary. I think you’re mindset of being in business for yourself is a great start, but get educated. NOt from a university. Business school’s teach you to be a good employee, NOT owner. Read Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie, Robert Kiyosaki, John Maxwell, etc etc… The only difference between you and a successful business owner is the way you think. Change your INPUT to change your results. Develop a work ethic. Dream HUGE. Get a hedge of thorns around ya so nobody steals that dream. Develop healthy, positive, personal relationships that move you forward. Focus on networking. Avoid Sales. Learn to love and trust people as a whole, and don’t judge people. Be smart and use common sense.