A huge challenge faced by many aspiring small business owners is the fear of failure that comes with leaving a full-time job and becoming self-employed. One way toámitigateáthat risk is by starting your business on a part-time basis while continuing to work a full-time job.
This path is not without disadvantages, including extending the time required for the start-up process, becoming moreásusceptibleáto burnout, and having a hard time building up the confidence needed to eventually take the plunge. But there are advantages, too, that make a part-time business the best option for many entrepreneurs.
Today's feature article shares five arguments for moonlighting until you get your business up and running.
5 Reasons to Start Your Business Part Time
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