Control Your Own Destiny: Five Reasons to Consider Launching Your Own Business

Starting your own business isn’t for the faint of heart. Building a business from the ground up requires vision, leadership, and endless amounts of energy. It requires a great deal of time and often a great deal of money. And there’s no guarantee of success.

That said, building a successful business is incredibly rewarding.  It offers you financial and lifestyle rewards that most “traditional” jobs never will. I’ve worked with many business owners over the years and I can tell you from firsthand experience that many of them LOVE what they do and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Here are five of the most significant benefits that many of them enjoy:

 1. You are your own boss. If you’re the kind of person who’s overflowing with    creative ideas, it’s a thrill to actually see your ideas come to fruition. If you have a strong vision of what a business should be like, owning your business will give you a chance to build the business of your dreams. Owning your own business can be inspiring in ways that working for someone else rarely is.

2. You can work with the people you want to work with. If you’ve ever been forced to work with people who just don’t get it and don’t share your drive, you’ll love the idea of hiring only people that you enjoy working with and who actually make a contribution.  Perhaps even more importantly, you can attract the exact type of client you want for your business, clients that appreciate your time and skills.

3. You can reap the benefits of your hard work, good ideas, and expertise. It’s much more exciting to work hard if you know you’re going to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Starting a business requires late nights and early mornings – but when you’re the one reaping the rewards, your energy is boundless.   

4. You can actually act on your good ideas much more easily when you run the business. No struggling with miles of paperwork and meetings and focus groups to get things approved. It’s far less frustrating, and it makes your business more adaptable and nimble.

5. You can respond to your customers. You can give your customers just what they want, and you’ll be in a position to know exactly what that is. Talking directly to your customers is also a great way of gaining insight that will tell you where your company should go next.

If you’re thinking about starting a business, let me warn you: it’s not easy. But it will be incredibly rewarding. There are many other tactical items to cover along the way, some of which are covered here.  To get started the right way, give me a call today and let’s talk about building your dream!

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Written by Brett Trembly

Brett Trembly

In the South Florida legal community, Brett sits on the Board of the South Miami Kendall Bar Association, the Florida Bar 11th Circuit Grievance Committee, volunteers on the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Mentoring Program, the Dade-County Bar Associations Rainmakers Committee, and annually volunteers for Miami-Dade County’s Ethical Governance Day.