Owning your own business isn’t a problem of time, rather a problem of priorities. Have you ever heard someone say, “I would love to do that if I could just find time.” Well sorry folks time cannot be found, everyone has 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year! It’s what you do with your time that makes the difference. The perception of “not having enough time” is really a misinterpretation of priorities. If you believe that you would love to start your own business, but you could “never find the time” I believe you are blaming the wrong culprit. Instead of ‘searching’ for time, maybe you need to take a look at reevaluating your priorities. If doing what you are passionate about everyday isn’t very high on your list of priorities (you do have a list don’t you?) you may want to reconsider what you are doing with all your time. Most people are driven by money, “I need to work so I can pay the bills at the end of the month.” Maybe you should consider living below your means for awhile, save up some money and start your own business. In fact, money’s not that hard to come by these days (there’s millions of dollars all around us); however, the currency of the new millennium is time.
Building your business is like building your body. You don’t have to go run a marathon the first night! Maybe it starts with a dream, an idea or a hobby. Develop it and work on it consistently day by day. Make it a priority to set aside a certain amount of time to work your business. And when you do, one day you’ll be able to wake up and ask yourself, “should I go to work anymore or should I just keep doing what I love?”