10 Pros and Cons of Starting a Business – Young Entrepreneurs [Video]

10 Pros and Cons of Starting a Business – Young Entrepreneurs

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About : 10 Pros and Cons of Starting a Business
1.You‘ll work harder, longer hours
2.You won’t have anyone to guide you
3.You may not get paid for a while
4.You are constantly unsure of yourself
5.Failure feels unbelievably bad
6.You have control over your own destiny
7.You feel the bliss of someone using your product
8.You create your own wealth
9.You get to choose who sits at the table
10.Success feels really good


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