I have always asked this question to myself "Is it important to learn a skill before starting a business?" . This has fascinated me over the long run, I have always identified myself who has dived in deep into something before starting a new journey. For example, I used to work in Sales a few years ago, and when I got the job offer, I asked my employer to give me some time to LEARN marketing. His answer: "Begin the process, and the skills will come gradually" . This is in line with @Andy Black mentioned in my last post, start helping someone and learn the skills along the way. I completed a lot of courses online on SEO, marketing, digital marketing,etc.. and while they were helpful in some way, they didn't help me GET STARTED. I learned by doing, not by learning. I am writing this for everyone on this forum who has(or had) a perfection mentality like mine. For everyone starting out on the journey of entrepreneurship, don't think about it as a business, think about it as helping someone who needs it. Nothing beats the feeling of seeing a smile on the face of someone who needed helped, and your help provided him with the fuel he needed to keep going.
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