FINALLY, I needn’t commute up to 1.5 hours after ‘flinging’ my daughter into breakfast club at school and then racing against the clock to collect my son from nursery!
Give it a go and ask other people for help and advice. Although people are busy, the majority will take the time to respond
Research your market and write a business plan to ensure the business is viable, plus it will focus the mind. Initially keep investment to a minimum so you can ensure the idea is big enough before you have blown thousands
Never turn away help and try to remember that you’re already doing the most important job in the world
Just go for it. Don’t plan and prepare too much. You’ll learn along the way and will need to adapt and change your business anyway.
Involve your child/ren as much as you can. Helping mum running the business can be a fun game and you will be nurturing the business spirit of future entrepreneurs in the process. Your name: Monica Costa Names and ages of
Ask for advice and support. These days there are plenty of organisations offering free start-up advice for small businesses and it is so valuable to listen to the voice of experience. Other than that – just do it!”