ARE YOU READY TO RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS?
So, why not you?
Coaches at The Entrepreneur’s Source are 100% dedicated to assisting our clients with determining if business ownership is right for them.
Our commitment is to help you achieve clarity about the possibilities available to you, and to help you succeed.
Our role is to guide you through a Journey of Discovery to learn about your needs, your goals, your expectations, your options, and what is possible.
Determining which business option might be the best choice for you can be a daunting task. Let’s face it, in today’s busy world we all want and need to minimize time and effort, and reduce confusion and risk. That’s where we come in. Our proven methodology works; it has worked for over 30 years helping thousands of Clients achieve their dreams..
Reasons to consider owning your own business
- Be your own boss.
- Control your own destiny.
- Improved lifestyle.
- Build wealth and equity.
- Planning and directing the operations of a company.
- Create policies, set goals and meet with potential investors and clients.
- Involved with daily tasks, hire staff and prepare work schedules.
- Oversee all activities involved with the company's products and services, including marketing, distribution and sales.
- Review financial statements to determine ways to increase profits and reduce costs.
- Determine the future direction of the company.
Although there are no educational requirements for entrepreneurs, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that top executives have a bachelor's or master's degree in business administration or in a field related to their career.
- Entrepreneurs must have good leadership and time-management skills.
- Are comfortable developing innovative business ideas.
- Have good decision-making skills, especially dealing with staff problems and managing a company.
- Must have good communication skills.
- Are comfortable meeting people and forming relationships.
Top executives earned a median annual salary of $104,980 in 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $68,360, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $208,000.