6 Steps to Starting Your Own Business When You Work A Full Time

Starting your own business is a journey. Starting a business and still working a full-time job is a challenge if you don’t have the resources. If you are looking to position yourself to take the steps necessary to to start your own business, then take a look at these 6 steps Alease Michelle has for […]

Starting your own business is a journey. Starting a business and still working a full-time job is a challenge if you don’t have the resources. If you are looking to position yourself to take the steps necessary to to start your own business, then take a look at these 6 steps Alease Michelle has for you:

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1. Know your why. Determine why you want to start a business. Hold onto your why because it will the #1 reason why you wake up or stay late to work on your business. It's going to require #hustle 2. Choose a business model that works for you. You could sell other people's products, or package what you know into a product or you could offer your services for a fee. 3. Find your ideal client. Let me say this… everyone will not be your client. You honestly don't want them to be. To ensure that you only work with those you love and must identify your the ideal person you want to work with. Compile information on what he or she reads,lives,watches, work, income, family size, and education. 4. Become a problem solver. Look for ways to help your ideal clients solve the problems they are struggling with. Look inside of groups or comments to identify what they are complaining about. Then offer them a solution to that one problem. 5. Find An Accountability Partner. We all need someone to keep us in check or to offer motivation when things get tough. 6. Crave Out Time to work on your business. If you want your income to increase you must set time to do the work. Get up an hour earlier or go to bed a hour later. Or take a shorter break at work and spend the other half hour working on your business. What you want will not come easy. Do the work!

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  1.  Know your why. Determine why you want to start a business. Hold onto your why because it will the #1reason why you wake up or stay late to work on your business. It’s going to require #hustle
  2. Choose a business model that works for you. You could sell other people’s products, or package what you know into a product or you could offer your services for a fee.
  3.  Find your ideal client. Let me say this… everyone will not be your client. You honestly don’t want them to be. To ensure that you only work with those you love and must identify your the ideal person you want to work with. Compile information on what he or she reads,lives,watches, work, income, family size, and education.
  4. Become a problem solver. Look for ways to help your ideal clients solve the problems they are struggling with. Look inside of groups or comments to identify what they are complaining about. Then offer them a solution to that one problem.
  5. Find An Accountability Partner. We all need someone to keep us in check or to offer motivation when things get tough.
  6. Crave Out Time to work on your business. If you want your income to increase you must set time to do the work. Get up an hour earlier or go to bed a hour later. Or take a shorter break at work and spend the other half hour working on your business.

What you want will not come easy. Do the work!

If you want more tips from Alease Michelle follow her at @aleasemichelle and if you want to really get what you want this year go download her FREE guide. Just click the image below: