Day 1 as an entrepreneur

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Today I officially began life as an entrepreneur. I’ve quit my job and while my parents don’t really approve I’ve taken the plunge to start Buzzmedia, an online marketing solutions provider. I’ve not had much time to blog and promote this venture of mine online because I’ve been busy with a client project, so I guess that’s good that I have work.

It’s been an interesting day and already it has thought me lots of things. Although I have work, I won’t get paid till later and that it something that really scares me. I’ve already incurred some costs in preparing collateral and resources for Buzzmedia but what I’m earning from this present project will only come in later this month. And that’s if they pay on time. And it’s still not enough to cover my monthly expenses.

Another obstacle is self-discipline. I was pretty much in ‘the zone’ today working but there were lots of times when looking up answers online led to a rathole to another rathole to another rathole.

Day 1 has been scary to say the least, but that fear has kept me more motivated than I’ve ever been in my two previous jobs. Hopefully once I get on top of things, have more jobs in hand, I’ll relax and start to enjoy the ride. One thing that has been helping me deal with this big new world of entrepreneurship is Duct Tape Marketing by John Jantsch. It’s a totally awesome book with really practical marketing advice. It’s so great that I’m going to incorporate the tactics and strategies that Jantsch writes about in my products and services. I highly recommend it to any aspiring entrepreneur and small business owner. I’ll write up a more thorough review when I have the time.

Till then, I’m looking forward to Day 2. 

4 Comments on "Day 1 as an entrepreneur"

  • David,

    Congratulations on taking this step. I truly wish you happiness and abundance as you take this venture. I’m a Duct Tape Marketing Coach myself and spent some time in Malaysia when I owned my own medical distributorship.

    Stay focused on the Duct Tape Marketing System and go for it!

    Matthew Scott, M.S.
    A Duct Tape Marketing Coach

  • Hi Matthew, I was sold on the Duct Tape Marketing System as soon as I read the free report – proves that it works! All the best to you and your book.

  • welcome to the world of entrepreneurship. It takes balls to quit. Stay focus on your goal + Do more than talk and you shall thrive. bravo!

  • Oh congrats.

    I didnt know you just started.

    Welcome welcome to the wonderful and sometimes painful world of entrepreneurship

    like Adrian said…it takes balls to quit.

    and if you need any help, you can bug adrian. lol.
    Or let me know if you need any help

    Anyway, I agree, Duct Tape Marketing is great resource.

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