But wait! Hold on just a second. We don’t want to rain on your dreams, but the reality is that most start-ups fail in their first year, so it’s a good idea to keep your day job until your new is at least breaking even. You’d be in good company with this strategy: Nike founder Phil Knight worked as an accountant when first building the brand; whilst Spanx founder Sara Blakely initially juggled creating prototypes of the shape-wear with her day job selling fax machines.
One study, which tracked thousands of US entrepreneurs over 15 years found that those who kept their day jobs failed 33% less often1.. But how exactly do you balance starting a new business with your regular 9-5 job?
The secret is to manage your time effectively. In this exclusive download, we explain how by dedicating just 10 minutes a day to your side business, you can:
Download it now, and you can begin today! All you need is a spare 10 minutes. Good luck!
From downloading a template for your ‘Business Plan Before Breakfast’ to locking down your logistics in your local coffee shop, ‘How to Launch a Successful Business in Just 10 Minutes a Day’ is a FREE and great way to get your business idea of the ground.