Here are some ideas. I have known myself to be quite a hussler, though I am one of the worst employees you could wish for. It all boils down to the person you are. You could set up the business to start but it depends on your tenacity in order to run. It is as plain as that. So here are THE IDEAS
- If you have a cashflow on the side, keep it running because you need it to sustain the business.
- If you aim to make a certain amount at the end of, say, 1.5 years, start with twice that money. Eg. if you wish to make $500k at the end of that period, you need to set aside at least 1m for the business. Of course, it looks formidable but I find it scalable downwards.
-If you are afraid about failing, just stop riding the horse wish. Turn back and do other stuff.
-It might help if you were a hobbyst to begin with. So think about that.
-Don't be too rigid on the business plan. Have some flexibility.