5 Ways to Start a Business Part-Time While Holding a Day Job Full-Time
You know you want to start a business
, but you can't shake those financial worries - rent or a mortgage, a car payment, and maybe you have kids. Even young people have responsibilities after all. But tack on the fact that your business idea will surely take time to catch on, and starting up can seem even further out of reach.
You are a perfect candidate to become a part-time entrepreneur. While not ideal for every young entrepreneur - jumping head first into the start-up pool can be a preferred route, getting the business up and running before letting go of a regular paycheck may be the best course.
Here are five ways to make the transition into entrepreneurship a smooth one:
1. FIND BALANCE.
Of course, this is what being a part-time entrepreneur is all about. Can you start up and maintain your commitment to your full-time responsibilities? If you get caught up in your business to the point that your full-time job suffers, people will notice and it will cost you opportunities and, potentially, the job itself...