There’s a popular quote by Robert Kiyosaki, an American entrepreneur who’s reputed for his bestselling book: ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad.’ He says:
Starting your own business is exhilarating, but not without its dangers. Only half of all startups make it to the second year, while around half of all startups actually survive to their fourth year.
Just as there’s no straight path to the right way, there’s no direct one for entrepreneurship either. With that mindset, only the ones with the entrepreneurial genes survive the heat and pressure.
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If you’re someone with a business mindset and want to start an online business in today’s world. I would like to tell you that you’re fortunate to have been born in a time where doing this is as easy as going shopping.
The entrepreneurial journey is an exhilarating one, albeit a bit frightening as well. Between the uncertainties of the market and the socio-political trends that shape it, and the numerous competitors targeting your demographic and fighting for their love and attention, building a solvent company without busting the bank can seem like an insurmountable task.