Hi, everyone! I recently bought a bike and learned how to ride it. It just took about twenty years to get the motivation. I stumbled a lot but kept persisting. This reminded me of having a business. You’ll go through many ups and downs, but you just have to keep pedaling.

Watch the video below to learn more in-depth of how these two different things are similar:

1. Be determined | When you make mistakes, you have to get right back up.
2. Just start | This is the hardest part, but I know you can do it. Figure out your who, what, and why.
3. Have the right equipment | This will save you so much time in the long run.
4. No age limit | I started my business before learning to ride a bike. Put your mind to the test.
5. Have fun! | Try not to overthink or be too hard on yourself.

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Having a Business is Like Riding a Bike