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Not all businesses can be successful, that is a fact: A company’s life span is much shorter, nowadays.
Developing a product while maintaining a good relationship with your clients can be a difficult task and more so if you’re beginning a new project that doesn’t quite appeal to you.
So, the question remains: how does one cope with a profitable business that they hate?
After years of investing all their money and effort in a company, there are still many businessmen that hate what they do. So, how does one cope with this problem? How does one recognize when their time in one company has come to an end?
There will be times in which the relationship you have with your own company may be unpleasant. However, before selling it, we recommend asking yourself the following:
Have you achieved the goals that you originally set?
What are the advantages and/or disadvantages to making this change?
What do you need to start a new project?
What is your company’s current condition?
If you find yourself still questioning yourself which direction to turn, you may try the following:
Ask a professional: A business coach can help you answer any of your questions, cope with your doubts and find a better solution for you. They can also show you the best strategies to develop in order to stand out amongst your competitors.
Find a good sailor for your ship: A trained and trustable person can help you solve many problems and reduce the amount of time and stress that you devote to your company.
Stay motivated!: No matter what decision you make, just be sure that you’re still making a profit!. From your very first days to running a new project solo to becoming the leader of a region market… keeping a positive attitude and staying motivated can help make your dreams come true.
“Sometimes when you try to innovate you make mistakes, the best thing to do is to admit it quickly and to continue with what follows” Steve Jobs.
Starting a new company is much faster and cheaper than you think
Days you need to start a new business:
United States: 6 days
England: 13 days
Argentina: 25 days
India: 30 days
China: 38 days
Brazil: 105 days
Initial costs of starting a new business:
United States: 325 dollars
Brazil: 704 dollars
England: 246 dollarsIreland: 127 dollars
Argentina: 590 dollars
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