For many small business owners who are just starting out in their journey, seeking advice from more experienced business owners is a great way to gain some insight into what to expect in the coming months and years. Although getting advice from an experienced business owner can be enlightening, everything they tell you should be taken with a grain of salt. There are many different situations when it comes to small businesses and each business owner has to decide what is best for them when it comes to taking a business from hobby to a living breathing with an office space and employees. The following are a few bits of advice that are given to new small business owners that aren’t always the best.
To Quit Your Job or Not
The decision to quit a full time job and go full on into your business venture should not be one that is taken lightly. Depending on which business owner you ask, the answer of whether to quit your job or not is a decision that only you can make because everyone’s situation is unique. Instead of letting someone else decide the answer, you need to weigh all of the pros and cons of quitting your existing full time job in order to give everything to your new business venture.
The Market Is Flooded
Another common piece of bad advice given by experienced small business owners to new ones is that they need to close up shop and go home because the market is to flooded. There is usually always room for competition in any business market, the only thing you have to do is find your niche and use that tidbit of information to your advantage and allow it to help you gain unique place in the market.
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