This little missive is to be prioritized for the private eyes of those ambitious or well-meaning men and women of all ages, not just the so-called Millennials who seem to have their own minds about things in this day and age of the Internet of Things and may just be able to help themselves anyhow, who really could use something of a startup in terms of big motivations to finally start making their own money, but not just making it, but keeping it and banking it.
It is all about motivation at this point.
It is not a fixed ‘how to’ or ‘do it yourself’ guide on how to start your own business and run it successfully by way of making the realistic targets, money wise, and utilizing it correctly going forward. It is a strong motivation to never give up when the chips are down. Right about now, the kitty is empty as the funds have run dry. Hair-raising moments and sleepless nights are the order of the day and night. The correct order of business at this critical time is to keep calm and just carry on.
This, of course, is easier said than done.
But you’ve all got to start somewhere. One problem for freelancers, those who operate alone at home, has been on how to budget on limited resources. The conundrum here is that they are not earning a fixed salary like your average Joes and Sally’s. But this is something that can be learned. It is a skill that can be acquired with practice. The experience is important but it is not the only thing. Learning how to handle money correctly, and keep it, is a fundamental principle that affects everyone from all walks of life.