7 Myths About Starting a Business

7 Myths About Starting a Business

When you have an idea to start a business, you must tell your friends to listen to their opinions, right? But what if instead of constructive feedback, what you get are myths that lower your self-confidence? Don’t believe it right away! To avoid this, let’s check 7 myths about starting a business that must be corrected by the following facts.

1. Not Everyone Can Be An Entrepreneur

You must have heard this word often. It’s a cliché, but it can bring you down to rock bottom in an instant. Don’t believe it if you’ve never tried it. You will never know whether you are suitable to be an entrepreneur or not if you don’t start at all.

2. Doing Business Needs Support From Big Companies

Getting support from a big company is a good thing, but it doesn’t guarantee that you will immediately be successful in business. Almost all successful entrepreneurs in Indonesia start their business with small capital and few employees. Note! Hard work will never betray the results.

3. You have to be smart to be an entrepreneur

Everyone can be smart. The most important thing is that you must have a strong will to learn. By diligently studying, you can find out a lot of information about various things in this world, including about business. To strengthen your will to learn.

4. Kamu Harus Rela Mengorbankan Semua yang Kamu Punya

In order to be successful, you really have to be willing to work hard from the start. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up your whole life like forgetting your family, even your own happiness. Make a priority list as a reminder so you don’t cross the line.

5. Building a Business is “Hard”

As long as you have a strong determination, all the activities you are doing will move by themselves. There may be times when you will find it difficult, but rest assured that you can take a break to relieve stress or ask someone else for help. There is always a solution for every problem.

6. Using the same Marketing Channels and Business Model is the End

Instead of wanting instant results and looking for shortcuts, it’s better if you just focus on one thing and start developing it little by little even if it takes a long time.

7. Making “Money” Is Selfish

Many people still think that seeking wealth is wrong and seem greedy. But, if we have a good goal like trying to support your daily needs, it won’t be a big problem.