What is your best advice to someone who wants to start a start-up?

“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney

All new entrepreneurs will agree that doing business is a little risky, but it gives a great sense of freedom. More freedom gives you more life. No boss, no dress code, no specific work schedule, everything is fine. Overall, it is good for you and also good for the economic environment of the country. Not everything is as smooth as it looks.Otherwise, everyone would be a business owner.

If you are really serious about starting a business, you need to be aware of the following:

  1. Remember that your destiny is in your hands. Only you’re responsible for your career.
  2. Every decision you take should be well calibrated and deeply thought out.
  3. There is no salary. Be ready for an initial cash crunch.
  4. You need to be prepared to face rejections.
  5. No one is going to fight for your dreams, no one cares.
  6. Remember failure is a pillar of success. Would you rather fail a thousand times and succeed once, or not try at all?
  7. You are often troubled, but not crushed.
  8. Making plans is usually thought to be a good thing, and having a backup plan can certainly make you feel less nervous about the future.
  9. Stay focused on your goals.