3 People To Get Advice From Before Starting Your Own Business

Because starting your own business can be a lofty and stressful venture that can take years and years of hard work before you’re able to see real success, it’s wise to get help and advice from anyone you can before and during the startup phase. So to help you know where to start with seeking guidance and support, here are three people to get advice from before starting your own business. 

A Business Or Corporate Lawyer

For any business that you’re hoping to grow into something that can support you and your family or have more than just yourself as an employee, it’s a good idea to seek out some advice from a business or corporate lawyer before you get too far down the path of starting your business.

The last thing you want to have happen is to get into trouble with the law in one way or another by not following the proper procedures and protocols for starting a business. And by speaking with or employing the services of a lawyer, you can get the right information about structuring your new business, putting together a business plan, getting the right licenses for your business operation, paying taxes, and much more. While you can figure these things out by yourself, trusting these vital parts of your new business to a professional may yield better results for you and help you feel more at peace with the decisions you’re making for your business. 

An Experienced Business Owner

Because there are so many struggles of owning a business that only other business owners will know or understand, spending some time speaking with an experienced business owner can also offer you invaluable information as you embark down this path yourself. 

If you’re able to, try to find someone in a similar industry as you’re starting in who can share their experiences with you and potentially give you some great advice as well. This could help you avoid a lot of the pitfalls that first-time business owners go through as well as helping you network for yourself and your business in the future. 

Your Partner And Family

Becoming a business owner can take a big toll on your personal life. So much of your time and energy is going to be devoted to getting your venture off the ground that your relationships and other responsibilities might have to be put on the backburner for a while. So before you make these decisions unilaterally, make sure you speak with your partner or your close family members to let them know about the support and flexibility you’ll need during these first few months or years. 

If you’re wanting to start your own business soon, consider using the tips mentioned above to seek out some pivotal people to speak with before you begin.

14 Comments Add yours

  1. Back in the day when I was raising rabbits I did it with All CASH, never
    went down the business end of it, it did really good doing it under
    the table way (no cash trail) but now their making it hard to do that.

    I got out of the rabbit raising “hobby” back in 07 when everything
    went crazy like it is now, but I think if I had a better place than I
    do now I’d be back into it again cause it’s well worth the work you
    put in it cause a lot of people LOVE RABBIT MEAT it’s good $.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. jminx94 says:

    yep. also a teacher if you take business classes. They’ve been in the field to know the do’s and don’t’s

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Domeka says:

    This is very good and sound advice thank you for sharing it.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Kally says:

      You’re most welcome 🙏


    1. Kally says:

      I’m glad you think so.


  4. Great advice! If you have a mentor, it’s a good idea to ask the mentor for advice too.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Thank you for this great advice, Kally! You are a gem. I hope you are well, and enjoy your week. xx Michael
    Please excuse my delay.


  6. Thanks very much for this list! Very helpful. God bless and keep you and your family. 🙏🏼😊🤍

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kally says:

      Thank you so much, Tammy.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Gamma Hans says:

    The entrepreneurs don’t just have to follow the law
    they have to learn
    to observe indivisible human dignity

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kally says:

      Ooo.. let me explore that thought!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Gamma Hans says:

        Thank you so much,

        I see indivisible human dignity as a universal law

        It is therefore not allowed
        a human
        as inferior
        to degrade


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