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This Is What I Know About Starting A Business And Parenting
This Is What I Know About Starting A Business And Parenting

If you are a responsible and successful parent chances of your business being a success are better than those of a person who has not mothered or fathered a child.

 Why Do I say so?

 It easy really if you have a child you know kids need lot of time and money at first but as they grow you are spending less each day.

 Let’s break it down.

In business this is the start up money, you need a capital, large capital to start your business while most people are fortunate to have saved or have money given to them by parents to start their business for most people this is not the case. They borrow from the banks.

While borrowing money in the bank seem as a reasonable solution, I’ll advice you not to go that route, save up, at least have half the capital you need then go the bank way if you really need to.

 Keep your job

Until your business is up and running smooth with regular income just keep the job you have and manage/ grow your business part time, that will secure your personal finances make sure that you need run out of money to pay for your bills (personal bills), while the business takes off.

Be very patient 

 

Like a child a business will not just boom and be bringing money on its first months of opening, it will take a year sometimes a couple before you see profits. If you don’t see returns within the first year of being in business don’t quit be patient, no parent has ever gave up on their child because they didn’t start walking when she/ wanted the child to.

After all no successful parent ever left their job when they had their first child and no parent ever gave up on their child because he/ she did not do what they wanted when they wanted. Get the link??


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