Business Tips: Things to Consider as a First-Time Entrepreneur

Business Tips: Things to Consider as a First-Time Entrepreneur

Awesome Tip: Things to Consider as a First-Time Entrepreneur

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Q: What’s your best piece of advice for a first generation American entrepreneur, venturing out on her own, away from her family business?

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11 Replies to “Business Tips: Things to Consider as a First-Time Entrepreneur”

  1. Good idea actually, Im struggling with time due to my work schedule at the moment. I should be saving up a tons so I can go part time with my job and full time with my start up.

    Cant believe I didn't think of this, thank you.

  2. We stepped out almost 2 years ago, good stuff! We definitely learned by a lot of mistakes, but we definitely should have went in a little different but hey you live and you learn!

  3. Gary love ur work and inspired me to do so much in this space. Ur like my personal SMM/biz consultant. starting a watch blog/services company now, on a nieche part of the industry. should I vlog the process of the climb?

  4. I think it's very hard to come from a family that are not to even entrepreneurs and they like a traditional jobs like a long family line of teachers and I sure as hell don't want to be a teacher I want to be a billionaire so what value can I offer to the world that gets me that in return the blessing is Fitness and business and we're going to do that even though it's somewhat alienated myself from the family