There is a common misconception that starting your own business will take over your life. There is also the other side of the spectrum where people have been told that they can become millionaires overnight.

While both CAN be true for a very small minority, they are not the norm.

More work doesn’t necessarily mean more progress and there is no such thing as a magic button for an instant business. It takes work and time to start a business but it doesn’t have to run your life and by working smarter you avoid having to put in long hours trying to figure it out.

You don’t have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to starting a business, there are hundreds of coaches and business owners out there with exact blueprints that you can use to start your business. This doesn’t mean you’ll be a copy of them, you work from the blueprint to get the essentials set up but the branding and fingerprint are unique.

So what does this mean for you?

What you need to do now is to find your MENTOR. Finding a business mentor or coach is the closest you’ll come to a magic bullet.

Yes, you’ll still have to put in the work, it is a business after all. But, it doesn’t have to rule your life. By following an exact step-by-step PROVEN path to launching your very own business, you are choosing a shortcut to success.

Forget long hours trying to figure out which way to go and the overwhelm that comes from the never-ending information that is available.

That’s exactly what you get with Partnership to Success. It is a proven path that has been used by thousands of students since 2006 and is regularly updated to ensure that you have the latest information in this ever-changing world.

It’s no mistake that you are reading this. You found this because you are searching for that bridge to success. You don’t have the time to be figuring out all the moving parts of starting a business from scratch. You want a proven path to success, and that’s what this is. Let John and his team show you the way.

This is a guest post from Vicky Haapala if you would like to be considered for a guest post please contact me.

    1 Response to "Finding Time For Your Startup"

    • Jim

      I recently read your blog post about starting a business and the importance of finding a mentor. Your perspective on the subject was both enlightening and encouraging. The way you addressed the misconceptions about starting a business and emphasized the benefits of working smarter rather than harder resonated with me.

      I appreciate your advice on not reinventing the wheel and instead seeking guidance from experienced coaches and business owners who can provide a blueprint to follow. Your point about personalizing a business’s branding and “fingerprint” was a great reminder that there is still room for uniqueness and creativity, even following a blueprint.

      I have a couple of suggestions to improve the post further. First, it would be helpful to provide examples of mentors or coaches who have successfully helped others launch their businesses. This could give readers an idea of where to start when searching for their mentor. Additionally, share some real-life success stories of individuals who have used a mentor or a program like Partnership to Success to achieve their entrepreneurial goals. This could offer inspiration and motivation for readers who are considering starting their businesses.

      Lastly, some tips on how to find and approach potential mentors would be valuable to readers who may need clarification on how to begin this process. Guiding where to find mentors and how to establish a relationship with them could give readers the confidence they need to take that first step.

      Overall, your blog post is a valuable resource for those looking to start a business and seeking guidance on finding a mentor. Thank you for sharing your insights on this critical topic.

      Best regards,


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