One of the biggest mistakes I made when starting my first business was being too slow. I spent a huge amount of time trying to find just the right idea, exactly the right approach, and a business model I’d be happy with for the next 20 years.
That is major overkill in the beginning!
In the beginning, the most important thing that you need is to get started. That’s it. There’s plenty of time for figuring out the details later.
My advice to you: have your business up and running (accepting it’s first clients) in the next seven days. Seriously!
There’s only three things you need to pull it off, and I talk about them in this video.
What do you do now?
If you’re serious about building a lifestyle business, then you get started today! When you take immediate action towards a goal you dramatically increase your chances of reaching it.
It doesn’t need to be massive action. You just need to do something simple like make a list of services you could provide. Wait until the weekend or when you have more time and your brain will make certain it never happens (it’s called the Resistance. Fight it!).
Do you plan on trying this out? Let me know in the comments below to hold yourself accountable.
And if you get stuck, don’t hesitate to drop me a line.