You have a valid reason to question the partnership. There are a lot of cases of partnerships not complementing well with one another. It’s hard to have two businesses work together. More often than not, it results to failures to the partnership. Although there are times when there is at least one partner who succeeds. But that defeat the purpose of a partnership wouldn’t it?
If you have been searching like me for a very long time and you want to get started but you are not sure how. then here is some advice. It’s only too late if you don’t start now!
Development concepts not only have to be studied, they have to be applied. You have to have your own paradigm shifts and be a student of these concepts. A lot of these books and courses can be found on the internet and it’s important to know that it takes time and trial and error. You are not going to be able to change over-night but every investment you make in your education and yourself is going to pay off HUGE in the whole scheme of things.
Below is a quick step-by-step guide to writing your own financial plan. Of course, a professional financial planner may be able to give you a more comprehensive financial plan but this will be a good step forward in understanding your needs and clearing some stumbling blocks.
Once you have the all-important great idea and you know it is perfect for you, start collecting as much information as possible. Look online, at your local library and in bookstores for information that relates to your business. Find a person that is already successful in your field and ask him or her for guidance. They may even surprise you by offering to be your mentor. Many websites are available online to aspiring entrepreneurs, so if you can’t find a role model in your own market, you likely will be able to in another state or country. Take advantage of their ideas and advice. It pays to do your homework!
You probably know a few people who have their own small home business. The shade tree mechanic, plumber, or jack of all trades who can fix anything. These are probably not the types of opportunities you really want, however there are countless other options. Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
Lets say you start a project, you are all excited about obtaining the end result, you are doing what you know to be the strategic steps to make the project a success. You are going along taking action however you are seeing no evidence of results. You keep going and still see no evidence of results, is that where you get offended/huffy and quit?