If you have a skillset or knowledge that can inspire or help others—you have what it takes to create a purpose driven business.
Some people believe that business ownership is not for everyone.
I couldn’t disagree more.
I’ve discovered that people who come to this decision have either been through some not-so-great experiences in the past or have not given due diligence to the process of starting or developing a businesses.
The biggest blunder that a lot of aspiring entrepreneurs seem to make is this:
They try to start a business that their current skillets or resources cannot support.
In truth, its better to start with a small business idea. Start with an idea that is easy to execute with you available resources.
When successful, this smaller business idea will bring more resources to you—resources that you can use to either build upon your first business or invest in another idea that’s a bit bigger.
Another positive of doing this is that you will now know what it’s like to launch and operate a successful business. Furthermore, the successes that you have will serve as motivation for your future pursuits.
Tip: It’s completely okay to shelf an idea that is too far out of reach today—until your resources extend far enough to reach it.
The key is to start small, impact a small niche, pivot, grow and change the world.
Do you believe that starting a business is not for you? Share your journey in the comment section below. What made you come to this conclusion.