Before you think about your own business, consider your role as a consumer. How often do you visit a company’s website before you buy? Today, many of us use websites to learn more about brands and explore product details, as well as making reservations and placing orders. If you run a business, you need a website… a good one.
I remember working at my desk and being obsessed with the date of my pre-planned resignation. I was never unrealistic about the amount of work that it would take for me to build my own sustainable business… but I would be lying if I said that I wasn’t looking forward to owning my own time and doing life on my own terms.
The first step towards a life of financial freedom is to get a handle on your finances. We are taught to figure out how to stretch what we earn and cut back expenses to make ends meet, but what if there’s a better way? Don’t get me wrong, reducing your expenses is definitely an important step – the fewer expenses you have the less money you have going out.
Entrepreneurs are different. We’re dream chasers. We desire creative freedom, time freedom, or financial freedom… or all of the above. We thrive on independence and have little to no desire to work for someone else as an employee.
With so many women deciding to increase their net worth through side-hustles or entrepreneurial pursuits, there can be a little confusion as to the best place to begin when you’re ready to do your own thing.
A side hustle is a good way to get your feet wet in business without having to quit your job.