Are you experiencing a set back? Make up your mind to turn it around! Difficulties should act as tonics that spur us to greater exertion. There is no hero that was made without a difficulty or setback.
Take some advice from your grandparents. Most of them lived before all the modern “conveniences” of today. And they were much more environmentally friendly than we will ever be!
How are you going to finance your business initially? Loan from the bank, a friend, from family member, an association, and your own savings: these are all viable options.
Taxes with businesses can get complicated, so you’ll need (at a minimum) a tax advisor. Again, no matter how much of your finances they’re handling, this should be someone trustworthy.
A business plan helps to define what you think you need to launch your business, large or small. It summarizes the sense of your business in a single document.
When choosing the person or people you’re going to build the business with, be careful. Even if someone is your best friend, it doesn’t mean that you will partner well in a business operation.