Everybody’s got to have a job to go to in the morning. It’s the only way to put food on the table every day and make sure that that roof stays intact over the well cared for heads. A regular nine to five job is considered to be a safe bet. That’s because the monthly paycheck is just about guaranteed. Or is it? Those that still stick to their nine to five jobs are a little afraid to venture into the rocky territory of setting up their own business.
The fear of it all is understandable but where’s the logic in it. The bravest of the bunch addressed this and got straight down to work. Yes, in the beginning, the money was never always guaranteed, but the thing is, if you stick it out, not only is it guaranteed, it’s yours, the whole lot of it. Now, this 101 doesn’t suggest that you’re going to blow it all, of course you’re not. Here’s a suggestion then. Take it as a safe bet.
Go into a practice that is going to be considered an essential service. Running a locksmithing business for instance would be essential. And the wholesaler and retailer that offers up locksmith equipment for sale would be running an essential business too, not so. So, setting up the smallest of businesses should be a cinch because you know there’s a regular supplier for you out there. And just why is locksmithing an essential service then?
You ask? Glad you ask. Well, logic should tell you something about the inconveniences and issues of being stuck out in the middle of nowhere after you’ve locked yourself out of your car. You are dealing with an emergency, right?