A new generation of entrepreneurs is aiming to revolutionise the way they grow their businesses, but some have found the idea of starting their own is “more of a big step”.
Key points:Sara Smith, who runs a startup called “Laughing Squid”, is one of a new generation that’s making the jump to start their own businessesOne entrepreneur says he wants to “change the world”By the time Sara Smith was a teenager in the 1990s, she had spent a lifetime trying to find her own identity.
Her family had always struggled with the idea that a child should never have to struggle with their own life.
It wasn’t until she got her own company and started working in marketing and PR that Sara’s family started to see that “one person could make a difference” to their lives.
But for many people, starting a business means they have to go through some hard choices.
For some, the process can be too much for them.
“When you have to make decisions for a family, it’s hard for them to have their own personal life, to have hobbies and be who they are,” Sara Smith said.
“It’s harder to be the person they want to be when you’ve got a family that’s telling you what to do.”
I think the most important thing for entrepreneurs is to find a place where they can feel like they can do what they want, and that they can be happy and healthy.
“The key to creating your own entrepreneurial adventureIn the past year, a growing number of people have come out as entrepreneurs.
While it’s not a new trend, many have found success in their businesses by taking the risk to start.
But many others have found that the process of starting a company is not as straightforward as it used to be.
Sara says it’s been an amazing journey.”
What I really liked about starting a startup was the freedom,” she said.”[You] can really make your own decisions and do what you want with it.
People are starting companies to make money, and it’s a really great feeling, to see your idea take off and people buying into it.””
I really like the idea I can create something out of nothing.”
People are starting companies to make money, and it’s a really great feeling, to see your idea take off and people buying into it.
“You’re not just making money, you’re creating something that’s going to be positive for your community and people who are going to benefit from it.”
Sara said the key to making your own entrepreneur adventure is to take the risk.
“Just being creative and not being afraid to make the hard decisions is key to starting your own company.”
The journey starts with finding your nicheIn the US, there are now over 4,200 start-ups in the industry, including the likes of Laughing Squid, the “big three” of Netflix, Instagram and Facebook, as well as the growing number that are being used for charity.
For many, the journey is about finding a niche.
“A lot of people are starting businesses for one reason or another,” Sara said.
They might be making a little money doing it for the love of their craft or because they’re a social media influencer or just because they want a fun way to make a living.
“The people that are starting their businesses are the people who really are the ones that are going after that next piece of the pie.”
So how can an entrepreneur start a company?
The first step is to decide what they’re going to do with their life.
“There’s a lot of advice out there about how to make your life easier and be a lot more spontaneous,” Sara explained.
“But you need to really think about the next step.”
Sidestepping the normal rulesSo what is the next best thing?
The most important piece of advice for entrepreneurs when starting a start-up is to just go for it.
Sidesteps the normal routine.
“This is the part that I’ve found the hardest for people to do is to sort of avoid the normal, predictable routines,” Sara says.
“To try and take the next leap and make a bold move and go for the unknown.”
It’s important to understand what you need in order to create the product or service you’re looking for.
For example, if you’re going for a niche business that can help your brand, it may be easier to find an established business that does it for you.
“That’s a big difference because you don’t know what your niche is going to look like,” Sara explains.
“If you can find a business that’s really, really passionate about their niche, that’s the next one you want to start with.”
Once you have your idea, start building itSara recommends that you think about your niche in advance.
“One of the biggest things that entrepreneurs need to think about is their niche and what they think is going on in