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questionOne of the scariest issues facing aspiring entrepreneurs is knowing if you are ready to jump into the process of starting a business.  Common questions include:

  • Is my business idea good enough?
  • How can I find time to design my business while working full-time, spending time with my family and getting enough sleep?
  • What should I work on first?
  • Do I really have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur?

I want to spend some time hearing about and giving some coaching advice for these and other fears that you might face, so I have set up a couple of free, hour-long calls:

Are you ready to start your business?
Tuesday, February 6, 2007
11am – 12pm Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)
To register:  Send a blank email to [email protected]

Are you ready to start your business?
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
6-7pm Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)
To register:  Send a blank email to [email protected]

This is a busy week for free teleclasses .. we have our regular monthly Escape from Cubicle Nation Q&A Call also on Wednesday.  I recommend this one for those of you who are either already in the process of starting a business or have been in business for a short while.  We address whatever is on your mind, and the participants often chime in with great advice.

Escape from Cubicle Nation Q&A Free for All
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
3-4pm Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5)
To register:  Send a blank email to [email protected]

For all of these classes, you must confirm your registration by clicking on the link in the confirmation message addressed from me, Pamela Slim (pcs (at) ganas.com).  If you don’t confirm, you won’t get the call-in number and passcode, so look out for the message!

All calls will be recorded and available for those who are registered for the classes.

I look forward to hearing your questions and having some great conversation.

3 Responses to “Are you ready to start your business?”

  1. Aleish says:

    The most important aspect of finding a good business opportunity is finding out does it fulfill a need or a want to a consumer. Can the people you are trying to sell your
    product or service to justify your existence.

    If you have insufficient start-up fund, don’t lost hope! There are companies that provides startup business loans that are available online. They offer start-up equipment leasing, working capital loan, etc.

  2. Jeff says:

    I’m sorry I missed the call – I stumbled across this a few days too late. It looks like great stuff, so I hope you’ll consider doing another one soon! Keep up the great work!!

  3. mark says:

    Love the podcast. Are these calls available somewhere as .mp3 downloads?

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