2. Do your research and make a plan. "We all have passions, but transforming your interests into a business is different. Take courses, get experience, research online, and allow time to develop your knowledge and idea before launching your business."
3. Start small. "Start by implementing your idea in the simplest way possible. I piloted Barre Mode by teaching a weekly, hour-long class in a studio I rented from a friend. This allowed me to see whether my business idea had potential - I now hold 17 classes a week in my own studio space! I think that the same goes for any business, even beauty: buy a small selection of products and get feedback from your potential customers. What do they like? What don’t they like? What would they like to see more of? This information is invaluable. You don’t need to start huge, start small and let growth happen organically."
4. Learn to set goals. "I truly believe that nothing is impossible and that no idea is unrealistic. What often sets us back is unrealistic timelines. You will achieve your vision, but it may take you years, so it’s important to have tangible goals to reach along the way.”
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