Starting a business is surprisingly simple-you just need to take the first step. Here’s how to get through the administrative hurdles faster than you think.
A neighbour had been talking about starting a business for at least six months. Whenever I saw him, that’s all he talked about. Eventually, I got tired of it.
“What the heck are you waiting for?” I finally asked.
It turns out, he thought the process of starting a business was really complicated. “I don’t want to go through all that stuff,” he said, “unless I’m absolutely sure my idea is perfect.” Like a lot of would-be entrepreneurs, he was stalling because he was intimidated by the apparent complexity of the administrative and legal tasks involved in starting a business.
So I bet him lunch that we could take care of all that in less than three hours.
Keep in mind, I’m only talking about setting yourself up to do business: I’m not talking about writing a business plan, sourcing financing, developing a marketing plan, etc. The goal is to get off Square One and get on to the fun stuff.
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