Do you have what it takes to own a business?
Posted on May 11 2012 at 09:34:31 AM in Travel
There are some people that just don't have what it takes to work for someone else and because of that fact these individuals turn to operating their own business. The problem lies when they lack experience with the business they purchase and the whole exercise becomes very confusing to the individual. If you are thinking about becoming an entrepreneur , you may wish to reflect on the kind of business that you believe you can handle. Gathering information about a possible business venture is probably a whole lot more important than the printed of business cards you are considering.
Depending on where you live you may find that a service related industry is the most popular option, however, if you prefer not to have direct contact with your customers so much so that you end up talking to them on a regular basis then this may not be the most appropriate business for you. Personally speaking I myself would prefer to stay out of the retail business for the rest of my lifetime, if only for the fact that some of these business ventures can be very stressful. If I ever had the chance I would try to get into the travel business, especially since the rewards are so great.
It was a vacation that was long overdue so when the day finally arrived we may have rushed out of the house a little too quickly. If we had taken a little more time to inspect the house, particularly the basement we would have noticed that it may have been time to waterproof it, especially since it was nothing so bad that a little waterproofing could not have fixed in the first place. It is the not knowing that allowed me as a homeowner to sail off into the sunset without a care in the world and in the same manner give us the benefit of a much needed vacation.
By the time we got back home and entered the house we could see the value of our property reducing as the basement was filling up with water. There was no reason to be overly concerned at this point, especially since the damage was already done. The problem would now turn to the additional expenses that would incur, along with the fact that the basement would remain an eyesore, until we were able to get a professional to the house to fix the problem.