Are you newly self-employed?
Starting a business on a tiny budget?
Or maybe you’ve got an infamous idea?
In any case you’re thinking of the term “Business” but may not be sure what to do. Well, now I’m here as your con-fidant.
Let’s be honest, I’m not a millionaire but I’ve managed to open and run a business from nothing and I’m still pushing to make my business more successful. In saying that, I’ve helped over 65
businesses to start-up with my business Conceptstore and hopefully I can help you too.
The next 101 pages is not a factual business book but a practial guide including business tips and mistakes that I’ve made and ones that I’ve seen others make and it’s likely that you’ll make them too if you’re
These are your One Hundred & One Start-Up Tips.
Tip #1 – Theres no time like the present…..
People use excuses to stop themselves from starting-up a business.
“Now is not a good time to start-up…” because of the economy, the mortgage, the children, the job and a million other reasons to do with time.
Throw away those excuses, because there’s no time
like the present to start-up. Those excuses are just
problems that need a solution.