When you think of starting a small business and taking the leap to become an entrepreneur, it helps to seek some advice from entrepreneurs who have already experienced what you are attempting to do. New Entrepreneurs often are strong-headed, and think they don't need advice. They forge ahead, launch their new business without getting a second opinion, and end up paying the price. Their entrepreneurial education comes from making mistakes and delaying the success of their new businesses.
When starting any new venture it is a good idea to consult with experienced entrepreneurs. Their advice is usually enthusiastic and cautionary, since they usually want new entrepreneurs to succeed.
Becoming an entrepreneur means entering into a world of creative solutions. New entrepreneurs will eventually learn the skills needed for survival, but simply asking the advice of another entrepreneur, and finding a mentor or role model can help smooth out the entrepreneurial learning curve.
Bruce Wood is a public speaker, marketing guru and business owner. He has launched many entrepreneurial ventures including retail stores and internet businesses. He is a former member of the Mid America Commodity Exchange, registered Commodity Trading Advisor, Futures Floor Broker and Realtor. He is also a film director & dramatist. http://www.FinancialJobAlternative.com/?t=goart