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For pretty much all my working life, I’ve been self-employed and it’s fair to say I’ve learnt a lot since I first started out around 15 years ago. I’ve learned that to survive as a self-employed person, you need to have a great amount of drive, discipline and you need to be willing to take a few risks here and there. When I look back now, though, there are a few things that I wish I’d known when I first started out, just to make things easier and more successful from the start.
With this in mind, I want to mention 3 important things today that all newly self-employed people should have on their radar right from the very beginning, so that they can start their self-employed journey off on the right footing.
A business needs to at least break even to stay afloat, but the main aim for any entrepreneur and business owner will always be to turn a profit. Whether you’re already running a small business or are just setting one up, you should always be on the lookout for ways to increase profits. There are various ways business owners can earn extra money alongside or through their current operations, to go on to reinvest all additional funds back into the company.
If you want to sell your car then you might wonder whether this is going to take some time and be a real hassle. Well, the truth is that doing this doesn’t have to be as difficult as you might think.
By following these easy steps you will be able to find a buyer for your vehicle quickly and painlessly.
If you’re a freelancer or an entrepreneur, you know how precious your time is. You may already work long hours, take few holidays, and spend your weekends checking email. Every hour is at a premium — so why not earn some money even when you’re not working?
While it’s true that the amount of work available for tradespeople can vary drastically depending on the economic climate at the time and whether certain skills are in high demand or not, it’s also true that there are things that every tradesman or tradeswoman can do to increase their chances of finding work, no matter what the economy looks like.