Taking a long-term view and breaking up projects into manageable tasks are key.
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In my travels, I speak to so many people who dream of starting their own business. They say they’re tired of working to make someone else’s dream come true, and they really want to take control of their life and future. I always ask them: Why don’t you just go for it? One of the most common responses I hear is that they have no idea where to even begin. I understand why they feel this way. Starting a new business is a big, overwhelming endeavor. However, if you take a long-term view and break the process up into a series of small tasks, starting a new business can feel safe and manageable.
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