Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or an aspiring entrepreneur, one of the most difficult aspects of running your own business is juggling all of the responsibilities. When you are thinking about your career 24/7, it is easy to get off track. We have put together our top pieces of advice which will help professionals utilize their time in the most effective way possible.
Fear of the unknown. It's what prevents us from quitting our cozy nine-to-fives and pursuing our passion. The fear of foregoing financial security in favour of following your dreams, and the uncertainty that your newly-launched business will even succeed once you get started makes it tough to kick off a startup, so we don't, choosing security over sacrifice instead.
You may be surprised to find out that many of the world's top entrepreneurs share the same daily habits. From waking up early to taking time to meditate, we cover 5 habits of successful people and share our tips on integrating them into your own life!
While many people dream of starting their own business and being their own boss, there's one big concern that keeps aspiring entrepreneurs from following their dreams the most: money. How will they find the funding to make their dream business come to fruition? Will they be able to keep their business afloat once it launches? And will they be able to make a living once the business has begun?
Whether you’re interested in ditching the 9-5 job in a corporate environment or you want to add a powerful new revenue stream to an existing business, the photo booth industry is appealing for a variety of reasons; the ability to choose your own hours and be your own boss are just a few of them. TapSnap has been a leader in the event entertainment industry since 2012 and we offer a wide variety of career opportunities for entrepreneurs and pre-existing business owners.
While many aspiring entrepreneurs dream of starting their own business - working for themselves, and catapulting their company to staggering success - the reality is, the odds are against you when it comes to actually making your startup plan profitable.