Some business ideas can be thought up and launched in a single afternoon. Others, however, require a ton of time and effort to get off the ground.
So, imagine this (or maybe it sounds familiar to you):
- Imagine you want to support yourself, earn a living independently.
- Imagine you have an idea that’s big, one that may not feasibly be able to bring in revenue in the short term, but who’s long term prospects are great.
- What can you do for revenue in the short term that won’t take up all your time and energy so you can keep building your bigger idea?
It’s a great question, especially if you’ve been thinking and scheming about starting your own business for a while.
But it’s also a complicated question for reasons you may not see from the start, so it sparked a big conversation for Corbett and I.
So, here’s another great, honest, no BS conversation on the Fizzle Show. I hope it’s helpful! Enjoy.
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