Entrepreneurship pays off! But what kind?

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We need no convincing–living the life of entrepreneurship is incredibly exciting and gratifying.

Recent bloggers agree:

I started my own business because I was topped out in my area of expertise AND not pursuing my passion. I realized that the things I did as a volunteer in my spare time could be turned into a business. I teach dance and cheerleading to kids. Not the typical business- but its working and I LOVE IT!
(Posted by KKB on 4/28/2005 @ 7:10 PM)

I started my business because of the lack of control I had at the company I was with even though I was in an executive position. I realized it wasnt just the company I was with, but the only way I could truly control my future was to own and run my own business. That was 15 years ago and I have never regretted one minute of it.
(Posted by Dwayne on 4/30/2005 @ 4:14 PM)

But what KIND of entrepreneurship is the BEST path? Perhaps you have some advice for those aspiring to get into business on their own. Franchisee? Part-time? Home-based? High tech or low tech?

Write in your thoughts below!

– the Sloan bros

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