Creating a new business can be a tough journey. Doing so while working full-time may seem tougher, but this route actually offers several benefits. You can continue earning money to put towards your startup. But even if you only work an hour a week building your company, you still need a business plan.
Growing your small business is exciting and challenging, but with growth, comes more work. And the number of hours in a day remains the same. How can you do it all? Here are some resources for tackling that task list as effectively and cost efficiently as possible.
The first step is choosing your business which might be the toughest decision in your entrepreneurial venture.
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For small business owners, there are two different categories of time – clock time and real time. Sometimes it feels like there is not enough real time to get things done and effectively manage a business.
Starting a business while working full time is a great way to test the waters of entrepreneurship and gradually grow your startup into a full-time business.