Do What You Love and the Bucks Will Roll In
In This Chapter
◆ Finding your entrepreneurial IQ
◆ Developing a business idea from what you already know
◆ Turning a passion into a product or service
To know what type of business you’re best suited for, you have to take a good, hard look at your personality and skills. Where one person may be a people person who’ll do well in sales, another may shun public contact. As Mark Twain said on his 70th birthday, “My habits protect my life but they would assassinate you.”
In this chapter, you’ll learn to recognize your strengths and weaknesses to help you determine whether business ownership of any kind is right for you. Once you’re convinced that you want to be your own boss and have what it takes ...