By Leo Babauta
Recently I encouraged my 13-year-old daughter Maia to start a vegan cupcake business, and it’s so exciting to watch her get started.
As I talked to her about starting, she had some worries: She didn’t know how . She didn’t know what kind of business to create. She was worried she’d fail.
Do any of those sound familiar? Those were my worries too, when I had a day job and thought about building something of my own.
Worry about not knowing what to do, how to do it, and whether you’ll fail … these stop so many people from starting.
I’ve launched numerous ventures, from ebooks to courses to my Sea Change membership program and more. Next week, I’m launching a new video interview series called The Habits of Entrepreneurs, and can barely wait to show it to you.
Today, I’d like to share the lessons I’ve learned about starting a business, in hopes of encouraging you to get started making something you love.