Want To Start A Business? You Must Have These 4 Traits If You Want To Be An Entrepreneur
Are you concerned about inflation eating away at your hard-earned savings? Does the prospect of an impending recession worry you? Are you thinking about looking into starting a small side hustle to bring in extra cash? Click the link below for this week’s episode of The State of Greater Western New York Report to see what you need before you get started.
Parallel entrepreneur Christopher Carosa has been there, done that, and has the rewards (and scars) to show for it. Now he’s sharing his experience with anyone who is thinking about starting a business to raise some much-needed cash. In the first half of this episode, Carosa covers being organized (it’s not the same as being neat) and having guts (it’s not the same as taking a risky gamble).
In the show’s second half, Carosa starts by exploring risk and what it means. He then elaborates on the final two traits by explaining the folly of relying on the sanctity of a plan (any plan) and the one thing, above all else, that you must have.
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