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ChiEntrepreneur

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Hi Everyone,

Here to introduce myself. I'm an employee right now with a side business walking tour that has almost broke $1k in revenue.

I've started a number of projects and usually don't get more than 2-3 months in with them. I've made $1k with another project and $400 with a different one-off sale.

I want to build a fastlane business and am working on choosing the idea and running with it.

Thank you all for the content I've read on here so far. I'm loving this forum.
 

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Oh cool, hello fellow Chicagoan! Likely the sex industry, though also excited about personal finance. What about you? Where are you at with your business?
 

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welcome @ChiEntrepreneur !
sounds like you are money chasing?
create value!

what are your next three steps?
 
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welcome @ChiEntrepreneur !
sounds like you are money chasing?
create value!

what are your next three steps?
I'd say that's fair. I also think that, with a few projects circling in my head at once, I'm afraid of failing...if I commit to one, that means I could unambiguously fail at it. With other projects, I could say one failure just means it wasn't the right project...

I have the product and the supplies I need for maintenance (was a several hundred dollar investment).

So the next 3 steps:
1. Create a (basic) website
2. Market services on specific websites I have in a list
3. Complete first sale
 

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