Creating A Small Business

By on July 22, 2013

Have you ever dreamed of having your own business? Being your own boss and being the CEO of your own company? It would be good to know that it can be fun but full of risks which you must intelligently tackle in order to get a business up and working. If you do it the right way you will receive the large income you deserve. But always remember, to begin with: income-savings= expense. This means that you must set aside a portion of your income always and put it back into your business capital  and then and only then can you enjoy the rest of your money or the fruits of your labor by not touching  your capital and savings.

The Power of Dreams

First of all you must dream, dream as big as you want, set some goals but make them realistic. What kind of business do you want? Do you want a bakeshop, a barber shop, a grocery, a pawnshop or sell books? These are all up to you and it would easier if you do exactly the type of business you are interested in or already have know -how to begin with. Also, try to set a goal of the annual projected income you would want to have. This is the fun part. Now get ready to fold your sleeves and set to work.

  • Working Space

 

If you are working in a small space like your bedroom, decide if you would want a bigger space such as your own office space. This all depends on the type and load your business is going to undertake, which is why knowing your goals is the first  foremost important thing to do because  from there comes an alignment of the work to be done to start and get a small business going.

  • Buying Materials for your Office

 

Prevent yourself from purchasing too many things that may not be of use when buying items for you to use in your business,. Be spare in your buying of materials. A handy business phone, office materials such as pens, papers, a computer and the like are examples of what you would really need.

  • Advertising: the Face of your Business

 

It would be good to have an excellent marketing strategy for your business. This would include how to advertise your business such as giving out leaflets in places where there is good foot traffic to creating a website. You may have the website done by yourself or done by a professional website programmer. Remember, advertising is the face of your business so you must put in considerable effort in handling this area fairly well

  • Partners, Duo or Solo

 

Finally, decide if you want to have partners or you simply want to go solo. List down the pros and cons and eventually, you will come up with a sound decision. You may also make a pitch and have your business be funded by outside sources, something like the VAs of today’s business world. Another thing to consider is whether to hire an accountant or just do it yourself. A good software program can allow you to do this by yourself, however.

These are some of the things to consider in creating a small business of your own to love and grow. If you delve deep enough, you will surely find other things that might warrant your attention. Keep in mind that starting a business, no matter how big or small, is not an easy task. But if you put in the necessary effort, it is not an impossible feat either. Just remember to always take care of your investment.

About MoniqueJones18

The author juggles being a wife to an engineer and a mother to a witty toddler. In her spare time, she involves herself in getting the word out about office phone systems. Find Monique on Google+.