Entrepreneurs everywhere face this one problem that ends up holding them back from sharing their greatness – their business, the answer to someone else’s problems – with the world!

We see this time and time again so why is it that this keeps happening?

Watch the short video below to see what the number 1 problem is that entrepreneurs face and be sure to share your insight in the comments below.

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My two cents in written form from the example in the video:

Business owners said that while they wanted to join (mind you no price was said) but they couldn’t due to costs.

Again, no price was mentioned in this particular post.

Some even said they hope to be ready to join one around this time next year — why would you wait so long?

Why would you, a business owner — a new business owner — want to put off what you could take care of today?

Money is always going to be an issue so you can’t let that be your excuse forever.

Yes, you should be careful how you spend your money and with whom you spend it with. However, waiting isn’t going to help you now — it’s not going to help you grow your business or make you any money.

In fact, waiting only makes your situation worse. You’re holding your greatness back — you’re holding your sales back. Waiting puts you with everyone else who started but decided to wait — guess what, they’re still waiting.

Entrepreneurship is about taking your ideas, testing them to see what works, and taking risks — always do your research to help you best plan for those risks.

If you’re going to do this whole entrepreneurship thing and run your own business you have to invest — invest in your business, invest in your customers, and most importantly, invest in yourself.

When you surround yourself with the right people, tools, and resources anything is possible and price really doesn’t matter.

  1. Do your research.
  2. Show up.
  3. Deliver.
  4. Engage.
  5. And by all means, do yourself a favor — do me a favor — and at the very least check out the Hey Ed Network.

Now let me ask you, given what you’ve watched and read above are you, the entrepreneur who wants to grow your business, going to wait or are you going to keep pushing forward?

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