Starting a business that you can build is very simple. Most people think the opposite is true. So many questions. Can I do it? Do I have the finances to start? What will people think? Where do I get support? Where do I start? How do you like what you are presently doing? Are you tired of working for someone else? Is the stress too much? Are the fellow employees always complaining? And the questions go on and on.

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The most important thing that you need to know is your WHY. Figure out your WHY. What would make you build a business. What is that special something? if you wanna start a business yourself and looking for service to help you with that, check my review about ZenBusiness.

The business type, product, or process doesn’t matter. What really matters is your WHY. Is your WHY to get out of your present job? Great. Or maybe it is to become financially independent. Also great. Maybe it is to retire early. Like at the age of 30. Maybe your WHY is to completely support a charity. Maybe travel the world. It’s all in your hands. It’s a personal emotion.

If a good friend called you up and asked you to help him with a project he was doing. What would you say? The first thing out of your mouth will probably be, “What is it?”

Now think. What is your WHY? If he said that he had a project that would take a couple of days to complete and pays you a million dollars when it is finished would the question still be, “What is it?” Or would it be, “When do we start?”

So you meet your friend at 6:00 AM the next morning to help with the project. He takes you to a farm. Way out in the middle of now where. Either you’re wondering, “What do I have to do?” Or you’re thinking, “Boy this is going to be great. I am going to be able to retire now.”

So what is it? What does your friend want you to help do? He takes you into the barn and points to a pit four feet wide by two feet deep by eight feet long full of a brown smelly gunk. Oh my God. It’s chicken manure. He tells you that as soon as the pit is cleaned you will get the million dollars.

Now you have a choice. How bad do you want that thing that you want? That WHY. Are you going to jump in and start shoveling. Or are you a real true blue entrepreneur and use your head before acting.

For example, he didn’t say that you had to physically get into the pit. You think, “The other day I saw a truck that had a big sign on it” that said, “MANURE PUMPERS.” So you look them up in the yellow pages and call them up. And in twenty minutes the pit is clean and there is a million dollars in your pocket.

This concept has been taught around the world. By such successful people as writer speaker Bruce Wilkinson, writer speaker Robert Kiyosaki, multi-millionaire entrepreneur Dexter Yager, millionaire businessman entrepreneur Orin Woodward, and multi-millionaire Jerry Meadows. All of these people have produced tapes and CD’s that you can use to learn the process and the motivation to start and build any type of business.

Over the past 10 years I have had the opportunity to meet and learn personally from these people. Putting their advice to work in my own life has been a revelation.

Starting a business always hinges on the people that you know. When introducing anyone to your new business, always talk to your closest friends and relatives. They are going to give you the stamina to continue. They will almost always see all that you can’t do.

These people are where you get your training. They also remember when you used to wet your bed when you were a little boy. Some of these relatives will never see you as much more than the teenager that got drunk at the senior prom. You know the type. They always tell you that you will never amount to much. It really doesn’t matter to them if you now have a bachelors degree from college. You will always be that little boy.

So to wrap this up. Find your WHY. Keep going. And never quit. Every journey starts with one thing. That first step.

I’m Daniella. I love to try different stuff and share my feedback and my thoughts about them. Hope you enjoy my blog. Thank you!