How many of you are in jobs that you hate going to everyday?

Do you have a great idea and dream of starting your own business? What's stopping you? Fear? No funding? Do you know how to write a business plan to obtain funding? Do you have an IRA you can tap into? How much funding do you think you need to start your business? Most small businesses start with very limited funding and profits are reinvested. My own husband started with his business with $6000.drawn from his IRA. He rented a single piece of equipment and purchased insurance after obtaining a license. He and one laborer were the only employees the first year. He made $24,000. The second year he hired three more employees and his net was $60,000. As need grew he rented more equipment and hired more people. Within 7 years he had 25 employees and his business was grossing around $5,000,000 per year, with profits averaging about 5%. What I am trying to say is that if you have a plan, and you want to control your own destiny, you can. Be it printing tee shirts with a silk screen machine, lawn maintenance and yard work, pest control, driveway resurfacing, a recipe people die for, etc.......there are SO many things that you can do, and with very little start up money if you just set your fear aside. In most cases all you need is a DBA (Doing Business As) to start. Use that federal funding if you need it because (d**n IT!!) WE pay for it! USE IT! There is my rant for the night. I could give you 50 amazing success stories off the top of my head, myself included. My father has one of the most amazing success stories ever told. YOU CAN DO IT!! Don't let anything stop you, especially fear. Find out what you need to do and DO IT!! Our country depends on your great idea!! Good luck and have a good night. (I might be back, but my account may be suspended because almost all of my questions and answers the past few days have been deleted.) I love hearing that volleyball! Good for you, honey!! It sure wasn't me giving the thumbs down. I LOVE teachers!! I'm SO sorry to hear that gws. At least you tried. Maybe something out of your home would work out. That way you can deduct a part of your mortgage off as a business expense. Was it a restaurant? Restaurants are very, very risky and the #1 business that fails within the first three years. ( I was very lucky) Hey there pretty boy River, I think your hair dye is seeping through and into your brain.;_ylt=AoLpKdo5qKINFZma_16yvwjty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20100326195827AA1feXH

Asked By: grandma zaza - 4/11/2010
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I started my own business, and LOVE going to work each and every day! I am doing something that I love doing, and wouldn't trade it for the world.
Answered By: volleyballchick (cowards block) - 4/11/2010
Additional Answers (13)
Not me. I actually enjoy my job. I'm a teacher.
Answered By: Kirby - 4/11/2010
I have a government job that I hate. I have to hang on to it for the insurance as my wife has a preexisting condition... More
Answered By: Gee Wally - 4/11/2010
i hate both my jobs with a passion but i cant risk quiting them
Answered By: chafer - 4/11/2010
And yet you complain about government programs each and every day.
Answered By: Reality has a Liberal Bias - 4/11/2010
i love my job its awesome wouldn't change for anything
Answered By: jjt - 4/11/2010
90% of Americans because we don't have sexy or gay secretaries to screw at work
Answered By: American Noodle - 4/11/2010
I used to, then I went back to school, got my teaching certificate, and now love my job. My only problem now is wondering why someone gave Kirby a thumbs down
Answered By: Paladin - 4/11/2010
Starting my own business. Thanks for the advice and direction
Answered By: ♣B↕g Br♀ H@nd♪wipe§♣ - 4/11/2010
American working class lose benefits galore when changing jobs due to private health insurance scams and realities. In comparison, greater freedom enters overseas as Japanese working class change jobs regularly and smoothly, with no risk in benefit whatsoever - due to this national health care/pension system which... More
Answered By: Pluto C. Rat - 4/11/2010
Your account might be suspended for stupid ranting stories about your 'husbands' so called 'business ventures'. Go **** yourself.
Answered By: River Euphrates - 4/11/2010
The last job I had, I had to PAY FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF WORKING THERE and they were not paying me... More
Answered By: gws35 - 4/11/2010
I like my job and am thankful to have it. Several were laid off but I wasn't. I'm grateful not to be a statistic from the misery index because of the Great Recession.
Answered By: FREEDOM IS NOT FREE - 4/12/2010
I retired from the job I hated going to about a year and a half ago.
Answered By: jonds - 4/13/2010
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