Quit playing. You can do this. I've been talking about tips on early entrepreneurship and I want to talk about that some more today. There's three things that I want to talk about when we're talking about early onset entrepreneurship.
1. Do not get too wrapped up in your very first ideas. Let this experience be fun. Let it be a learning experience. Don't think that your first idea has to be your multimillion dollar idea, but also don't think it's not your multimillion dollar idea, but just give yourself the grace to let this experience kind of unfold so give yourself grace and let this be fun.
2. Don't get all crazy. Start incorporating in doing all of these things for your business yet. Don't create an LLC, S corp, a full incorporated business. Don't do any of these things yet until you've validated your idea.
3. Validate your idea. Make your first dollar, but don't incorporate it until you've made your first thousand dollars, so that's kind of a good way to validate your business idea, and so what does that mean? Hey, I'm looking at starting a company that makes a better belt or I'm looking at a company that makes a better hat or companies that are easier or companies that help people do something. I'm looking at a company that helps people learn how to skateboard. I want to help people learn how to skate. I'm looking at a company that teaches people how to do defensive driving or a company that teaches people how to drive. I'm looking at a company that teaches people how to knit and these are easier to start. This kind of companies that that teach people how to use these kind of consulting companies, I want to have a company that teaches people how to do their own taxes or how to use QuickBooks or how to use anything like that.
There's all kinds of ideas that you already know how to do, but you can offer those as a service to people, just ask the people if do they want it, they'll tell you if they want it or they'll pay for it or not.
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