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One of my friends is a bit compulsive about any food presented to her.She often prefers any liquid foods to be a’la carte. Whether a gravy, sauce or type of condiment, she simply enjoys having those items on the side rather than on top or mixed in with her meal.
Many people prefer to start or even keep a business that way.
They are perhaps employed full or part-time as an employee and want to start a business but logistically must do it “on the side.”
Now many people will tell you that is not a wise way to start a business, but I totally disagree.
I started my first business while working full time as an employee.Yes, it took some inventive strategies to make sure I was able to juggle both positions effectively and it certainly involves some grit and stamina, but I know if I did it, you can too!
Many of my clients have A`La Carte businesses.They are either transitioning from traditional employment or have elected to grow a business on the side in addition to their current career.
A`la Carte businesses can be just as, if not more successful than even running a business without any career competition especially if you have the right mindset and determination.
Did you start a Business A` La Carte? I'd Love to hear how it is going!!