Biggest Startup Myths

We are no longer surprised about the ongoing dwindling economic situation coupled with increasing prices of commodities – food products, petrol, and diesel that tend to make life hard and miserable for people and businesses we are witnessing.

PhotoBecause of these issues we are currently facing and the idea that time is hard and there is no money in the economy, we are in a period when many start-up businesses and entrepreneurs are easy to give up their business ideas.

However, according to some experts, these situations are one of those good times when anyone who is serious about starting a new business should venture in. Many businesses started in economic recession have higher propensity of survival for many reasons including competition, cheap labour, and more support available for start-up businesses.

There are many other myths that aspiring entrepreneurs commit other than the economic problems mentioned above because they believe to many business lies and myths. If you were to start believing any of the myths too often, you would greatly reduce your chances of long-term business success. And to be a success in business you have to think long-term.

Caroline James published an interesting blog post at WA Today that discusses the seven biggest myths start-up believes. You can find the fill article here: http://www.watoday.com.au/small-business/startup/seven-biggest-startup-myths-20150818-gj1vnu.html