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When you launch a business, there is a lot on your mind. How are you going to fund it, will you get the success that you want and need, and will you be able to get a great team together so that your office is a productive environment with some hard working employees?

All of these questions (and more) are so important, but before you get to these, there are some other vital things to address. We’ve put together some questions for those thinking of launching a business, so that you can be sure that you’re taking the right route.

Is this really my passion?

The single most important question to ask yourself (well, we think, anyway) is whether or not you have the passion to make your business venture a success. As they always say, if you do a job that you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life, and this is especially true of running a business.

Before you begin anything, make sure that this is what you really care about, or you’ll soon get bored (and tired) and your company will start to plummet. Trust us on this one, you don’t want to spend your life doing something that you just don’t have a passion for, and you’ll live to regret this if you do. Stick with what you love!

Do I have enough knowledge to make it work?

Business is something that you’re always learning from, but it’s really important to make sure that you have a good foundation on which to begin your company. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you need to have a PhD to succeed – in fact, some people just prefer to learn from actual experience – but equally, don’t think that you don’t need any knowledge to start up your business.

There are plenty of options out there if you’re looking for a hand, for example law firm Yu Leseberg, which can help you with the legal side of your business. Mentorship is also a good idea, if you’re not really sure that you have what it takes.

Am I ready to put in the hours?

Something that most people realize about business is that it takes up a lot of your time, but those who are new to it usually don’t realize just how much time this means. For a while – especially when you first start up your business – you’ll be working on weekends, and late into the night some days. It’s likely that your company will eat into your social life, your family life, and even your sleeping and eating habits, and this is a difficult reality for some. You have to be ready to sacrifice a few things (if only for a while) to have a successful business, so don’t underestimate the time that it will take to launch your own company!

If you’re thinking about launching your own business, then you should ask yourself these questions before you do so. Good luck, and enjoy running your own company!

*This is a collaborative post.