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What am I talking about with the Money Three? What I mean is the three things that need to be in place to make money in business.
The reason this is one of the core episodes, I’m calling these first five episodes the core episodes, Is so often I am speaking to people who aren’t doing as well as they want to be in business and they are looking to solve the problem in exactly the place where it won’t get solved.
Because we are human and often can’t see the woods for the trees. Plus dodgy marketers are trying to sell us all the things and it’s easy to get distracted.
Do I have you curious?
Let’s dive in to the THREE things your business needs to be doing well to make money.
Pretty much from birth we all learn about working hard to achieve something.
We need to strive to get somewhere – to finally arrive in life.
But then, when we get to wherever that “somewhere” is, we often forget that once that was a huge big deal and our sole focus and just move on to the next thing.
Which raises the question – do we ever get there?
How do we know when we’ve “made it”?
Everything doesn’t have to be perfect for you to start a business. Or more specifically YOU don’t have to be perfect to start a business. Being in business usually means being, or it at least feels like you are being, more public than having a job.
And the scrutiny that people imagine comes with that stops people from even starting in the first place. So I’m here to tell you – you don’t have to be perfect to do this, in fact often it helps significantly if you’re not.
When you’re in the startup phase of business it can feel like it’s overwhelming. There’s so much you need to do.
It’s incredibly easy to get distracted and not stay on the path that leads to actually getting your business started. Not what you want!
Although there are thousands of businesses that you could start, once you decide on your idea and commit to building the business there are some classic traps that a lot of people fall into.
Here’s what they are and what to do instead.
It’s an interesting question. You don’t want to start at the wrong time and mess it up. You want to make sure you’re ready for this huge new stage in life.
So you should have all your ducks in a row before you start right? Yes and no.
So when should you start?
As long as you are not planning on selling something very seasonal, here are my recommendations on when to start your business.