Since I was in Secondary School I always knew I would be self-employed, I just didn’t realise how much passion I would have about business. I have my ups and downs but have been pleased with what I have achieved so far against all odds, I didn’t finish school, left with no GCSE’s have had no higher education since apart from a Life Coaching Course which I decided not to take further.
But we all have to make a living somehow and I want to share a few easy ways to boost your income!
In the past I have tried a few different businesses including market trading, selling different items and even winning free trading space, NMTF membership & invited to parties at the houses of parliament through being shortlisted from thousands in a national competition! I also owned a very successful Domestic Cleaning Business which I recently sold on because I felt the time was right and I was ready to embark on an exciting new venture!
Throughout the years I have had many ideas, and done a lot of research and planning mainly because of my interest in how businesses work but I have also helped friends and family members set the wheels in motion for their new businesses. I’m a bit of a of a jack of all trades some might say.
So over the next few weeks I have decided to share a couple of ideas, the research I have done and kept and templates to help people set up their own business and get on the right track.
If you’re considering setting up a new business, this could be the opportunity you have been waiting for so watch this space!
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