Many would-be entrepreneurs think in terms of full-time employment, either from a job or through a business they own. Eighty percent of businesses are considered non-employer businesses according to the Small Business Administration (SBA). Many start out as part-time efforts. Some progress into full-time businesses with employees, but many are simply businesses designed to supplement the owner’s income.
My first foray into the world of business came as a part-time franchise business when I considered myself to be under-employed. I learned a lot about how the business worked while I still enjoyed a paycheck “working for the man”. Only after I learned my business lessons did I consider starting a business which required me to quit my day job.
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