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The Lone Ranger
When you've got a spouse with a steady income, it helps make the leap to entrepreneurship a whole lot easier. Those of you who are single and loving it might think that starting your own business without that financial stability is risky.
This is not true! It may be harder at first but if you go the extra mile you will make it. If you are on your own and have meager savings you have to make sure to have enough capital to pay your food and rent while your business is picking up.
The trick is to get a flexible job. Part-time it as a temp, a waiter, or clerk in a bookstore. Better yet, teach night classes. This allows for great flexibility plus a steady paycheck. It will also improve your resume! When you are willing to do whatever it takes, you can make it and live your entrepreneurial dream!
Are you a single entrepreneur? How did you make it through the beginning stage? [WalletPop]