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How to Tell if You Have What It Takes to Run a Business

Business Entity Structure / Business Finances / Business Productivity/Practices / Contractors and Employees / Legal Agreements / Starting Your Business / Unexpected Business Risks

If you are working for someone else, there has probably been a time or two you have wondered if you have what it takes to start your own business.  Not everyone is wired to be an entrepreneur, especially when it comes to taking risks to launch your own venture.

There are pros and cons to being an entrepreneur; some of the pros include:

  • The freedom to be your own boss
  • Job security and control of your work life
  • Unlimited income potential
  • Creative outlet
  • Flexibility

Some of the cons can include:

  • Risk
  • Fear of failure
  • Longer hours and more work
  • Fluctuation in income
  • Pressure and responsibility

We have helped many small business owners and have found that one of the greatest obstacles for entrepreneurs is the assumption of risk.

Taking on some risk is the price of achieving returns – if you want to make money, you can’t eliminate all risk.  The goal is to find an appropriate balance.  We can help you manage risk by advising you on entity formation and taxation as well as the intricacies of structuring solid business agreements, protecting your intellectual property, hiring and firing, and more.

If you are determined to be your own boss, a Creative Business Lawyer® can help you discover if you have what it takes to start your own business and guide you through the steps to successful entrepreneurship.  Whether you are new to entrepreneurship or already operating a business, call a Creative Business Lawyer®today to schedule your comprehensive LIFT™ (legal, insurance, financial and tax) Foundation Audit.

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