Sam had always been interested in starting some kind of small business. During the summer he had given serious thought to the idea. He loved working with his hands and spent hours putting together very intricate jigsaw puzzles.
Judy was more of a people person. Now that both kids were in school, she was interested in working part-time, using her experience as a customer service representative.
Neither of them were risk takers. Their summer conversations centered on starting a business they could do together that could also involve their parents and kids. They were excited about the idea, but worried about their ability to succeed.
1. List and prioritize what you are good at or like to do.
2. Write and individual achievement statement.
3. Set a specific time to update your list and statement.