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I have been working on a business my dad setup a few years ago, in which I am struggling to develop some interest. I don't really know what my passion is so there's no other way around it. I have never faced the struggle of starting a business from ground up since the current business I am working on was already setup when I joined. The question is, should I look for starting another business or should I scale my current business? Although my interest in my current business is a bit low, I still enjoying working on it. Any advice is welcome. Thanks.
 

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The question is, should I look for starting another business or should I scale my current business?
Scale

Doing something you don't have "passion" for will put hairs on your chest.

And the grass is always greener, until you cross that fence & discover the quagmire that is start up.
 

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I have been working on a business my dad setup a few years ago, in which I am struggling to develop some interest. I don't really know what my passion is so there's no other way around it. I have never faced the struggle of starting a business from ground up since the current business I am working on was already setup when I joined. The question is, should I look for starting another business or should I scale my current business? Although my interest in my current business is a bit low, I still enjoying working on it. Any advice is welcome. Thanks.
You are lucky my friend If you are doing a ready-made business. if I were you, definitely I grow my current business because it will take many years to build my self-made business. You just need to increase your interest and get motivation as much as you can. All the best.
 

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