Are You Ready to Start a Business ?

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Are you ready to start a blog?

Are you ready to start a podcast?

Are you ready to create a product?

Are you ready to start calling leads?

Are you ready to start a business?

Are you ready to do [fill-in-the-blank]?

Odds are, you've wondered at one point or another if you were ready to do something related to your business.

Or starting a business for that matter.

If you're wondering if you're ready to start a business, or any of the other things above, just watch my short video, and/or keep reading.

Here's the truth...

Being "ready" is over-rated.

The United States wasn't ready to land on the moon in 1962 when President Kennedy gave his famous speech promising that outcome before the decade's end.

And yet, that's what happened.

How?

NASA and other organizations and companies had to invent technologies to make the moon landing possible...

But they didn't know what exactly they needed until they decided to do it.

And the same goes for you.

You don't need to be ready to start a business.

You just need to start

You don't need to be ready to start a blog, shoot a Facebook Live, or create that product...you just need to do it.

Then, as you go, you learn and improve.

Meanwhile, while you're learning and improving, you're putting out valuable content that helps your target audience.

That being said, it is important that you have the proper mindset. You don't want to start, experience some adversity, and then quit.

You have to be persistent. You have to keep at it, keep learning, and keep doing the right things until you reach success.

If you're not sure or not if you have the right mindset, you can take this quiz.

You'll never be ready

There is a line from a Mat Kearney song that goes:

"We'll never be ready, if we keep waiting, for the perfect time to come."

And it's true. That perfect time is never going to come, and you are never going to be ready unless you begin.

"Waiting until you you are ready," is just a faux-wise way of procrastinating.

So stop waiting. Get out there and do the work that you know you need to do!

Where to begin

If you're ready to launch into starting a business, which you are if you choose to be, then where do you begin?

The perfect place to start is with attraction marketing, a strategy that allows you to find and attract the people most likely to buy your products to you.

How would you like it if you had people reaching out to you, and asking to buy from you, rather than having to go out and be a pushy salesperson?

Obviously, it's a no-brainer. Having leads and sales come to you is much better, and you can learn about how to do this in your business by signing up for this free 10-day attraction marketing bootcamp. Over the next 10 days, you'll get one email a day, each with a video by our mentor walking you through how to set up your own attraction marketing system.

We highly recommend it, and you can get it here.

Are you ready? Are you finally going to do that thing you know you should do, but are afraid of? Let me know in the comments!

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Hi! I'm Reagan, the second eldest of the Ramm Children, and husband to Haley Ramm.

I'm a speaker, coach, and writer dedicated to helping families develop and pursue their own family enterprises, so that they can live the truly best life that God intended for them.

In addition to this, I am also an audio engineer & music producer. I also like to write fiction novels, and even co-founded Kingdom Pen, which is dedicated to helping young Christian artists use their craft for the glory of God.

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