Don’t Wait For Everything to be “Right” Before Starting Your Own Business
Washington, DC - Internet entrepreneur Jamal Smith has a message for the unemployed and employed alike: “I started my business part-time, while working for someone else,” said Smith. “I didn’t wait for everything to be perfect before starting my business and investing in myself. I want you to know that if you’re unemployed, you can start your own business, too… and create a job for yourself.”
Unfortunately, says Smith, most people wait furtively until conditions are “just right” before venturing out to do something new – and they end up paying dearly for it. “Your job could go away tomorrow, and for many of you it already has,” said Smith. “If you don’t have ‘Plan B,’ what are you going to do? How are you going to feed your family?”
Smith feels so strongly about helping others that he has launched a new website specifically to take would-be entrepreneurs through the process of setting up their own Internet business. “I can take them by the hand, show them exactly what needs to be done,” said Smith, “And help them avoid costly mistakes.”
Smith can relate to the nervous employee, trying to keep his or her job. “It’s a fragile situation. The economy hasn’t recovered to the point where anyone can feel 100% secure in their job,” said Smith. “So I want to inspire people to start right where they are – even if they can’t start their business full-time yet – because if you don’t then the timing will never be right, and you will keep delaying your future.”
Taking control by starting to plan for the future is empowering, says Smith. “It’s better to take steps toward your future, while you can, than to be forced into it later on,” said Smith. “If the pain that you are going through doesn’t become greater than the pain of making a change, you will never make a move.” According to Smith, that’s the reason so many people put off starting their own business – they feel too comfortable in their current situation. “But that comfort, that security, isn’t real. Your future is still in someone else’s hands.”
At Smith’s new website, HYPERLINK “http://www.jamallsmith.com” www.jamallsmith.com, he teaches those interested in creating their own business how to leverage the time and finances they currently have into a successful Internet-based business, even on a part-time basis. “Many million-dollar Internet businesses were launched on a shoestring,” said Smith. “The Internet has broken down barriers – it has leveled the playing field. Virtually anyone can start a real home business with a few hours a week and a small investment of $4K to $25K start-up capital.”
An investment under $30K to start a business is just a fraction of what it would cost to open a franchise or a brick-and-mortar business. “A McDonald’s or other fast food franchise will run at least $1 million, before you even open the doors,” said Smith. “And almost any brick-and-mortar business carries huge start-up costs – many times in the six figures – because you have to pay for the building, equipment, utilities, employees, inventory… the list goes on and on.”
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