Are you ready to step out into the world of entrepreneurship and start your own business? Getting your business priorities together is among the first steps to becoming a successful entrepreneur. So, from a small business perspective, you must understand everything from what it takes to own your own business to how
you can start building credit in your business name.
Did you know:
#1: 8 out of 10 people will decide not to start a business because they don’t “know how”
#2: Over 10 million entrepreneurs are women
#3: The small business economy includes over 21 million self-employed people
Don’t be someone who throws away their dreams of becoming an entrepreneur simply because you don’t know enough about the self-employment field.
We’ve put together a 10-part tutorial that helps you get over the “I can’t do it” hump and focus your time and energy on becoming the best entrepreneur you can be. In this series, you will go through the motions of starting your business from scratch and getting your small business agenda together for applying for loans, getting accredited, and growing your business organically.
10 Part Guide to Starting a Business
This is an introductory tutorial to starting your journey as an entrepreneur. The guidance you will gain from this series will show you how becoming an entrepreneur is not as hard as you think.
- 1. Why Own your Own Business
- 2. 4 Things to know before becoming an Entrepreneur
- 3. 3 Ways to start a Business with NO Money
- 4. Building a Small Business Agenda
- 5. Dedicate Time and Energy to your Business Plan
- 6. Getting your Small Business Accreditation
- 7. 4 Steps before Applying for a Business Loan
- 8. How to Grow your Business Organically
- 9. Making your Business a Human Business
- 10. Start Building Credit in your Small Business Name
As an introductory series to starting a business from scratch, we want you to focus on the stages of business that come before hiring your first employee. Starting your business will take dedicating a lot of time to learning the ropes, but with this 10-part series, you should be able to quickly build your small business agenda and get your business priorities in order.
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