I remember waking up dreading my workday. I’d had my first bout of anxiety dealing with a job that I hated and most of my days were filled with dreams of working for myself. I wanted to be an entrepreneur and work for myself, but I wasn’t sure where to start.
When it comes time to scale your business, unless you rely entirely on automated systems you will have to recruit and hire staff to help you grow and expand. We need the help of others to achieve our goals, and in this sense, team recruitment plays a large part in taking your business to the next level.
If you’ve been considering a break from your 9-5 and are ready to try something new, you’ve likely considered going into business for yourself. And while a totally new venture, hinged on your fabulous ideas and personal vision, might be appealing, you may also want to consider the potential of purchasing a franchise.
More and more women are finding ways to make additional income but not from getting a second job. Instead, they’re opting for a non-traditional route to financial freedom. They’re exploring side hustles. Most are on-demand gigs like driving for Uber or picking up projects on sites like upwork.com. It’s often the flexibility and ability to work when they want that is more attractive than getting a second job.
It’s important to make sure you are fulfilling your hearts desires. The first place to look is at your talents and skills. We all have or know how to do something that would make a good business idea, if establishing wealth is important to you, you’ll want to have multiple streams of income.
I recently read that one of my favorite business women had been robbed at gunpoint in her business. It’s one of those things that you don’t hear of often, or you hear on the nightly news and chalk up to it happening to ‘someone else’. But this time the story hit home because this was someone that I admired and it made me think…