Ten Reasons Why You May Not Be Exploring The Entrepreneur in YOU

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In 2002, when my employer downsized, I made a decision to explore the entrepreneur in me. At that time two reasons pulled me into entrepreneurial game:
1. I wanted to transform the obstacle of losing a job to an opportunity of exploring self employment.

2. I wanted to really see for myself, not prove to others, if it is possible to work from home and have a profitable business.

Today I am blessed to be able to run a profitable business, creating five figure profits consistently. I help employees struggling and juggling with their jobs to smoothly transition to a profitable self-employment. When I polled my audience with the question,

“What is the number one pressing problem for an employee wanting to transition to an Entrepreneur?”

I received several answers and have summarized them into 10 reasons:
1. Getting Good Advice
2. Understanding the Market Niche
3. Financial Resources to get you started.
4. Fearful mindset about taking risks
5. Resistance towards marketing itself
6. Lack of marketing knowledge.
7. Reasons why he/she wants to transition to an entrepreneur
8. Proper planning to include for making room for mistakes and learning to not give up too early.
9. Mindset…unlearning what we’ve been taught all of our lives about money and a JOB
10. Fear of not making enough money

Now it is your turn…

I would love to hear your answer to the question:

“What is the number one pressing problem for an employee wanting to transition to an Entrepreneur?”

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