Business Ideas

A place where a Mom with Big Dreams of owning hugely successful businesses will chronicle stories about successful women-owned businesses, ponder potential business ideas, share success strategies, mindsets and motivation and provide support for others who share the same dreams. Many entrepreneurs never really think critically about what business to go into—they just do it. Maybe they have a little experience in one business, maybe they read an article somewhere about someone who made a lot of money in a particular type of business, and maybe it sounded like a cool and interesting thing to do.

You don’t have to see an immediate connection to future income from this test—that thought process you have is what’s holding you back from even starting which is the most important thing you have to do. If you wait to start executing on an idea until you feel ready” or it feels perfect because you’re an expert finally, you may never actually take action.

My issue with MLM and network marketing businesses is that success is typically MORE (read: 51{c5af7dfcac74c6fe30f917948b7a3c799c460c768962769cd460a3bd41500ead}+) closely connected to recruiting more people into your network, growing the size of your circle, or ‘under you’ vs just strictly selling solutions to people that aren’t engaged directly within your business.

Find an existing business owner in an industry you already have experience with (you’ll be pitching in at least with time using your skills/connections/expertise) and make an investment to help them through a particular challenge that you know you can solve.

Now that you have an idea on what kind of business you like, the next thing you have to consider is the location on where you want your business to be. First of all, make sure that the product or services you plan on selling are in an area where it is needed.business ideasbusiness ideasbusiness ideas