How to Use Your Current Job to Start Your Next Business

1) Make an inventory of all the skills you’ve acquired at your job.

2) Make an inventory of all your natural skills and talents.

3) Assess the market for any needs that your skills can fill.

4) Proceed by elimination.

5) Rinse and repeat.

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