1. You have the time
Everyone has basically the same amount of time. It’s just a matter of how much you are willing
to spend on one thing to another. When you have time, then you have it. Manage it effectively
and you’d be surprised how much extra time you actually have. Don’t waste even a second of it
and start using it on your small business.
2. You are financially capable.
Having money is not enough, you have to be financially capable of starting and operating your
own business. A great entrepreneur knows how to accomplish more but with less money, time,
and staff. If your capital is not enough to cover all the costs, then devise your plan. Remember
sometimes you can’t control what you have but you are capable of controlling what to do with
the things you currently have.
3. Courage is in your bones.
Even the most brilliant entrepreneurs had moments where they feel uncertain and afraid.
However, at the end of the day, it all boils down to two things. Either you let your fears hinder
you from pursuing your dream of having your own business, or you use those fears to drive you
to become successful in your endeavors. Being complacent is also one of the most common
qualities of an entrepreneur, which can negatively affect your business. Fortunately, your fears
can be used to eliminate your complacency.