Starting your own business can be like having a baby — a very important life decision that might not always be a rational one. 9 months into your 9-5 insipid job and you might decide to take the proverbial exit from the freeway, onto the smaller more challenging road less travelled.
As an Entrepreneur, building a successful business hinges just as much on your core business idea as it does on your ability to raise enough capital. Obtaining a business loan is challenging but finding a venture capitalist who is interested in your idea, even harder.
If you are like most small business owners, you find it difficult to plan because your future has more unknowns than your non-business-owning counterparts. You might not know how much your business is worth, when you should sell, where to find the right buyer, how to fetch the best price, or even how much insurance to carry.