Becoming an entrepreneur and starting your own business isn’t for everyone. It takes someone who is willing to take risks, is flexible and able to change quickly to stay ahead of the curve and someone with a lot of self-motivation and commitment to achieving his or her goals.
Here are several resources to help you decide whether starting your own business is right for you and how to start your business on the right foot:
Whether you want to start a business or take ownership of your job as if it is your own business, in today’s world, you must have an entrepreneurial mindset.
Learn more about the Entrepreneurial Mindset >>>
Want to know whether your personal characteristics, attitudes, likes and dislikes are indicative of whether you are well-suited to start your own business?
Take our Entrepreneur Self-Assessment >>>
Myths About Entrepreneurship
Starting your own enterprise does provide for certain benefits and freedoms, but also comes with a number of responsibilities and potential liabilities.
Check out these Myths About Entrepreneurship >>>
Business Start-Up Checklist
There are many fundamental things you will need to have in place to successfully launch and run your own business.
Check out our Business Start-Up Checklist >>>
New Business Marketing 101
The most important thing about starting a business is that you define your brand and message, your product or service, and your target customer.
Learn more about New Business Marketing 101 >>>
SCORE is a nonprofit association educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow, and succeed.
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Small Business Association (SBA)
The SBA provides government support and resources to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide.
Check out all the resources at SBA >>>