Countless people yearn for a own business, who want to be independent or work from home. The dream is wonderful, however, there are also many who fail even before they have tried.
“It was not the time”
“Is that I could not raise the money”
“Is that I had no support”
“Is that, is that, is that …”
Does it sound familiar to you? Today I share you the 50 most common excuses not to undertake and how to beat them. If there is a hammer in your mind, surely you should expel it from your thoughts and take one more step with determination until you achieve it.
- I do not know how to do it. Learn!
- I have no support from my family. You don’t need it.
- I have no support from my friends. You don’t need it either.
- I don’t know how to start. Read a lot and learn.
- I do not know what business to put. Find something that you like and know how to do.
- I don’t know how to do anything. Study or learn something.
- I have no money. Save!
- I’m bad at saving. Apply for a loan.
- I’m bad with credits. Find an investor in your family.
- I am afraid to borrow. Save.
- I have never sold anything. Learn about sales and then give it a try.
- I can’t sell. The worst that could happen is that they don’t buy from you.
- I don’t want to sell. Hire salespeople.
- I don’t like dealing with people. You must learn.
- I do not have patience. Hire an administrator.
- I am messy. Seek support from someone who is orderly.
- I don’t know how to handle money. Hire an administrator.
- I do not know where to start. Plan.
- I don’t know how to plan. Start by writing down your ideas.
- I am afraid of losing my money. It’s worse never to try.
- I fear failure. If you don’t try, you’ve already failed.
- I don’t want to lose my job. Don’t quit just yet and start small.
- I have no time. Plan for later.
- I have many commitments. Start small.
- I have a lot of debts. That is the objective of undertaking.
- I’m alone. Many women have started large businesses alone.
- I have a baby. Your baby should be your motivation, not your excuse.
- I have many financial problems. Your business will help you with them.
- My boss won’t like me leaving. Your boss will not feed your children.
- I’m worried I don’t know what to do. Along the way you will learn.
- I’m still worried about not knowing what to do. Seek advice.
- What if things go wrong? If something goes wrong, have a plan B.
- What if I lose my money and my job? You try again or you are looking for another job.
- I don’t like dealing with employees. Know that it is part of the process.
- What if the employees are bad? Hire the best.
- What if the employees rob me? Establish good controls.
- I don’t know what product to sell. Distribute something that is in demand.
- And if the market is saturated. Innovate and sell something that is in demand.
- And if it is not sold. You are looking for another product.
- And if the clients do not arrive. If you do a good study they will come.
- And if they don’t like my product. You improve it and you try again.
- And if there is a lot of competition. It is because you are in an attractive market.
- What if there is unfair competition? Get creative and keep fighting.
- I don’t feel safe undertaking. Study and plan before starting.
- I am very afraid to try. Planning fights fear.
- I don’t know when to take the step. When you’ve planned enough.
- I have no business ideas.
- What if the economy collapses. Likewise, your job would also be at risk.
- I’m afraid of risking my money. If you plan properly the risk is lower.
- I’m afraid of not knowing how to handle success. You will surely learn too.
As you can see, each argument has an output. So look no further excuses to start your business, ditch this list and get to work. You will see that with energy, creativity and planning the results and satisfactions will come. Success for you.