Why You Need To Start Your Own Company Now


We all have different passions, career goals, and dreams. But as smart girls we all have a sense of ambition. We strive to be our best. Although we may struggle with being our best and finding out exactly who that is, it is imperative to learn and grow everyday. Now let’s think about our passions. Is it sports, fashion, service? Whatever it is, it’s never too early to start your own business based off your passion.

Starting your own company is extremely useful to help you learn about yourself and about the real world. You start to understand consumerism and how it truly affects our world. It can also help with understanding your place in this world.
If you want a career in fashion, you might want to consider starting a clothing company. With a lot of research, you can learn about the production of clothing and what it takes to reach the hands of consumers. You do not necessarily have to own a store because you can create an online store, which can be way more inexpensive. You begin to learn the true value of money by making these kinds of decisions. Creating your own business can help with learning how to get what you want. As starting your own company is a lot of negotiating and networking with others.

It may be a struggle to take that first step but it can be extremely rewarding to own something that is completely yours. This may not be your long time goal but it can help you get there by teaching you about the real world experiences, plus it will look great on your resume!

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Ana Arenas

Nineteen year old college student, who is obsessed with puppies and E! News.

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