By | Saika Mazumdar | www.marketingmind.in
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill
This is the age of start ups. At least 80% of people working does have an interest to later on switching their jobs or rather quit it to open a business themselves. Such mindsets pop up due to various reasons like few are bored of their 9 to 5 jobs or rather feel they have gained enough skills to lead a team or give shape to an idea.
Presently in India, each day thousands of start up ideas are formed and several people have started their own. But sometimes ideas aren’t enough. The funding and capitals are very vital. The reason why sometimes people don’t leave their job to keep an income source open and start building their business ideas slowly and steadily. This might not be a cake walk.
So here today we bring forward to you the pros and cons of starting a business while working a full-time job.
Security is an important aspect. Imagine you quit your job to give your full attention to your new business. You have zero capital and investment so definitely, you have to pay from your savings. If there is an additional funding figure he might also chip in but that won’t reduce your headache. When you are starting this new business you are not sure whether it would be successful and give you profit. You may earn more or fail totally thus putting your future in total jeopardy.