Managing A Startup Business: How To Multitask School & Work

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Starting up a business has never been easy. It is a step into the unknown. Doing it while also having a 9-5 or even longer work/school hours is a straight ticket to sleepless nights and intense stress. That does not make it impossible. People have done it before and so can you! Making Money in Campus

1. Have A Business Partner

Two will always be better than one. You can be able to divide the responsibilities between the two of you, therefore, easing the work. Find someone you not only trust but who also has an excellent work ethic and is respectful. It is very important to remember this. Most of the time, we are swayed into choosing our friends for that reason only hence coming to regret this later. Some of us are repelled by the idea of working with anyone. It could be that in the past, a partner made your flourishing business go down the drain. That is understandable. However, no man is an island and you still need to have time for your other responsibilities. Four Ways To Ensure Your Business Partnership Survives The Test Of Time

2. Always Write Everything Down

Everything. Do not leave any detailed unaccounted for, regardless of how minute it seems. It’s too early to get into debt. Get your books in order. If it is possible, you could hire an accountant to manage the accounting department for you. Do this especially if you drink alcohol with a higher percentage than your form four Mathematics results. Being a business person is synonymous to being the most organised person in the room. It requires a very clear mind which can only be made possible if your books are in order.

3. Ease Down On Time Spent Unwinding

Most of us want to chill after a cold long day in the offices or at school. Some of us prefer Netflix or eating a whole bowl of junk while some of us prefer having a cold beer or a glass of wine with our friends before retiring for the day. A start-up business is similar to an infant. It requires all your time and attention. Focus your energy on bringing up your business and when it gets on its feet, you will thank yourself. If you have a team working with you, do not leave all the responsibilities to them. A lot of your decision making will be needed.

4. Make Use Of The Amenities At Work/School

During your free time, you can take the advantage of the internet and the library to research on your target market, read on other business people who have made it in the industry you want to get into and get more ideas from them on how to build a successful business. If need be, you could also set up things like your email address and social media pages to engage your audience.

There’s no right or wrong way to start up a business. Everyone has their own hacks and tricks that help them in the art of running one. You can kill two birds with one stone but only if you are ready and willing to put in the work and acquire self-discipline. Here are 8 Ways To Ensure You Choose The Right Business For You

If you are looking for a business to start check out this article from Bootstrapping Ecommerce – 80 Startup Business Ideas That Can Make You Money: 2019 Edition

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