We all know what those are right? Well, sometimes I feel like my life is following the trail of the wayward Wal-Mart bag.
I'm in a "career" I hate, work paycheck to paycheck, but when I work more jobs, it leaves no time to explore my other options.
I have business ideas bursting out of me all the time. I have a 2 page list where I jot down all the new ones as they come in.
The problems are: 1) I have no experience or expertise in any of them. I would barely know where to begin on 95% of them. I just see a need (usually my own) and figure somebody should make a business out of it.
2) I am a bit ADD and can barely spend more than an hour researching any one idea. There's not any one thing I am truly "passionate" about. The closest thing would be photography, and I suppose that is where I spend most of my time.
3) I am not a numbers guy. I'm not sure I would even be GOOD at running a business, because I absolutely hate the numbers and accounting aspects of being a business owner. I dread the day each week when I sit down and balance my checkbook.
So, does all this mean I should just pack it in and try to find another college class to take to veer towards another "job"?
Looking forward to spending much time in this forum and getting some inspiration, although that's not where I'm lacking, it's more in the nuts and bolts....
No you shouldn't pack it away by any means however you should work on it more. The good news is that you have tons of ideas so it shouldn't be all that difficult to start with the smallest one and build from there. Then you can get comfortable with dealing the numbers, gaining experience and not worrying so much about mistakes since they won't cost much nor affect much in the larger scheme. Keep writing them down and start working them out on paper and soon you will start seeing it more and more in everyday life on how you can implement it.
Thanks TJ! That's the direction I'm headed