Gain true independence as a ‘girlptrepreneur’ (girl+entrepreneur). Most people rely on their job or career, but ‘girltrepreneurs’ find solice in their true passions. Being a female entrepreneur seems like an unstable road in the beginning, but the end result is extremely rewarding. How do you become an girltrepreneur? And what steps are needed to develop your true passions? Well, here we go…
What Am I Good At?
Maybe you are searching too hard for something you are good at. You are expecting it to be some extravagant thing. Instead, its probably something that is so simple to you, that you don’t regard it as ‘special’. Take a second and let it come to you. Are you great at setting the table? No seriously, you can make an ENTIRE business around table placements. Seriously, the most simple thing can really reward you.
How Do I Make It A Business?
You can make anything into a business. You have to have a market of people who want to buy the product or service. Business is basically the exchange of a product or service for money; its that simple. Once you find the thing you are good at, you start doing research about the market surrounding your product. I’m not saying you have to go to a library and sit there for a year (or maybe you do). I’m saying, if you want to create table placements take a trip to MACY’s and see what is out there. Find out how your product can be better than what exists, or how it can fill can existing void.
What Do I Need To Go Into Business?
You need a business plan. Always have your vision written, and the supporting research and analysis. MOSAMUSE.com teaches you how to write a business plan. Begin at Step One. Take your time and put in a great amount of effort so that you have what you need to get an investor, loan, or just have a detailed plan of attack.
When Am I Considered A Girltrepreneur?
You become a Girltrepreneur once your mentality changes from ‘worker bee’ to ‘queen bee’. When you have the mentality to create jobs instead of searching for a job you gain an undeniable independence.
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