Growing up, we learned math, science, and social studies. These topics, while important, failed to address some of the essential real-life knowledge you need as an adult. For example, the skills for how to start and manage a business.
The American Dream used to consist of locking down a 40-hour a week job, working it until you’re 65, and then retiring. However, more and more, our society is leaning towards an entrepreneurial spirit.
Instead of spending 90,000 hours over a lifetime building someone else’s empire, why not build your own? Have you considered the benefits of creating a sole proprietorship? [Read more…] about How to Start a Sole Proprietorship in 7 (Wildly Easy) Steps