Everyone is an entrepreneur.
Whether you own an LLC, a corporation, a small business — you are an entrepreneur. You are in business!
However, there is another type of entrepreneur: employed people.
Even if you have a job, you are an entrepreneur. You are in the business of time! Your clients are your employers, and you are selling your time to them.
Your interview with the company was the time when you presented your products to them. Once they have decided to purchase your time, you deliver your services to them. In turn, they pay you monthly.
There is nothing wrong with having a business of time. However, you will not have room for growth. Your profits will always be the same and you will only cater to one client at a time.
So, do you want to turn your business of time into a business of profit?
It is not as difficult as it seems. This is because you already know what you can do for others — you just need to repackage yourself.
It is time for great things!
Take the same thing that you can do for somebody and do it for a lot of people
When you are in a job, you are working for one employer. Being in business will allow you to offer your services to other people who might be in need of them. There will be no need for you to dedicate nine hours of your day for one specific client — you will be able to cater to many customers! In turn, you will be able to achieve more profits in less time.
You will be able to make more money.
Capitalize on Your Skills
Although innovation is a great thing, there is actually no need for innovative ideas. You can capitalize on the things that you can do!
If you have a specific skill that you are already good at, work on it. Offer your services to other people. It will lead you to greater profits and more clients.
Look at your current skill set and see what you can work on. It’s all in front of you, you just have to choose!
Turn Your ‘Business of Time’ into a Startup
Once you are ready to take the plunge into a business of profit, you can now turn your skill set into a startup. You will start off as a self-employed individual. Once you’ve gotten the hang of things, it will be time to systemize, scale and go big.
You will eventually be able to bring in more people who will help you grow your business. This will help you focus on other things. You may even have more time to build new businesses!
You already know so many things which can help you become successful not just in the workplace, but also in business.
Smash it today.