Analyzing the pros and cons of your business idea

Analyzing the pros and cons of your business idea 1

After you have thought of an idea, the first important step is to evaluate your idea by hiring some market research firm to study it. These firms are true professionals and give you a clear and a neutral picture on the nature of your business. They study the demographics of the society where you are operating, who the main customers of your products are and related issues.

The next important phase in evaluating your business idea is to analyze your product from the eyes of your competition, partners and vendors. When working with firms on development of your brand, business management experts suggests viewing the ideas for business from four perspectives: company, competitor, customer and partner.

Let’s have a look at these four issues in detail:

1. Company: Think of your business idea in conditions of its features, the gains to clients, the image of your company, what main points you’ll be using and the central core assures that you will be making to customers.

2. Customer: These are classified into 3 categories. They influence your idea and its changes.
a) Purchasers – They are those who decide to give you business and write you the cheques. In short they are your revenue generates.
b) Influencers – They influence the community or people in their buying decisions and have to be properly attended to.
c) End users – These people come in direct interaction with your products.

3. Competitor: Here too there are three separate groups that you have to keep in mind: the primary, secondary and tertiary. They are placed based on the seriousness of the threats they impose on you and your business.

4. Collaborators: These people have an indirect linkage to your business functioning. Though they are not directly paid for it they may have an interest in your business, like associations, the media and other organizations.

SWOT analysis is another meaningful way to gauge the strengths of your product in your industry; weaknesses of the product you are selling or poor service, high prices etc; Opportunities to amplify your skills and services and threats, such as lagging economy.

Whatever your idea to understand your idea, just make sure the research objectives that you’ve defined for your product or services are being met.

45 thoughts on “Analyzing the pros and cons of your business idea

  1. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  2. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  3. Can you sell a business idea? Say you have an idea for a business, but don’t have the money to do it. Can you just sell the idea? Where?

  4. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  5. 1.What do entrepreneurs do that distinguishes them from other people involved in business?

    2. How is small business management different from entrepreneurship?

    3.what is the significance of triggering events in an entrepreneurship?

  6. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  7. I have been working on a business idea relating to development of a web-based software application to improve efficiency of the customer’s businesses that I will be selling the product to. I’m wondering how best to protect myself from my potential customers from taking the idea after I pitch it to them and developing the software themselves. Any thoughts?

  8. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  9. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  10. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  11. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  12. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  13. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  14. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  15. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  16. That have a possible 6 figure income. I will have a business Management degree in December. Also, if it’s banking, I told a banker and he told me that I’d have to become a bank teller first and stay at that position for a while before becoming a bank manager even though I’ll already have a business management degree – Associate’s. Is this true or not?

  17. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  18. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  19. As a psych major I am well aware that my major is useless on its own so I am going to get some background in business by majoring in human resource management. My college also offers seven other business minors, accounting, business administration, economics, international business, management, management information systems, marketing, and personal financial planning. Which of these would be beneficial along with my HRM minor?

  20. How can I know if my business idea will work in a real world or not? I cannot tell my ideas to a person from whom I am getting advice as that person can apply that idea and just asking to a person is not enough. So, how exactly can I estimate if any new idea will work or not? Currently I am having ideas of opening new websites. Please advise.

  21. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  22. I have been working on a business idea relating to development of a web-based software application to improve efficiency of the customer’s businesses that I will be selling the product to. I’m wondering how best to protect myself from my potential customers from taking the idea after I pitch it to them and developing the software themselves. Any thoughts?

  23. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  24. Can you sell a business idea? Say you have an idea for a business, but don’t have the money to do it. Can you just sell the idea? Where?

  25. I have a business idea that my friends seem to think is a great idea. How can i find out if the public would enjoy coming to my business? The idea is unique to any place I’ve seen before and my targeted audience is mainly males above the age of 20.
    I’m looking for strategies to find out if my audience likes it not whether you like it

  26. Me and my family is planning on going back to the Philippines and probably stay there for good but we were thinking about having a business in Subic,I asked because i have no idea what’s the best business i can able to have, I think this question is only for those who currently live there in Subic or those who knew the place.Thanks in advance.

  27. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  28. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  29. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  30. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  31. I have a business idea that my friends seem to think is a great idea. How can i find out if the public would enjoy coming to my business? The idea is unique to any place I’ve seen before and my targeted audience is mainly males above the age of 20.
    I’m looking for strategies to find out if my audience likes it not whether you like it

  32. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  33. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  34. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  35. There are many kinds of management method, such as directive approach, supportive approach, etc.

    If there is a business which is operated by government, what kind of business model should they use? Or what kind of management method should they use?

    The model or the method have to make workers work more efficiently and effectively.

    ps. It is a government’s business

  36. I’m planning to start a home based business soon, and I recently looked into going to a local community college for the two-year business management degree futher on. So please, if you don’t mind, explain the purpose of it. If I already have a home business running later, is it necessary for me to have that degree? I’ll be waiting for your answers! Thanks!

  37. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  38. Can you sell a business idea? Say you have an idea for a business, but don’t have the money to do it. Can you just sell the idea? Where?

  39. Can you sell a business idea? Say you have an idea for a business, but don’t have the money to do it. Can you just sell the idea? Where?

  40. Two of my friends want to start an international company based in the USA which will require a couple of million dollars to start.

    To give you a brief background about them, they’re both Ivy League graduates – very smart people. Both of them make nice six-figure salaries working for big organizations. However, they’ve never started a business before, never ran a multimillion dollar entity nor do they have a lot of business collateral. They haven’t done anything to start the business yet and have no track record of it being profitable (or successful). But, their business plan is rock solid and really good. They have already assembled a terrific team that will help them with their endeavor.

    So, what do you think are their chances of receiving funds for their business idea?

  41. I have an idea for a business; however, I don’t have any money to make this business into anything. I think the idea itself could become something with a person that has the money or the time to deal with lawyers and paperwork. Is there any way or place where people can buy an idea from somebody else to do what they wished with it? If so, is there a way I could be his/her partner and get a percentage of the profit, or once I sell it is it their idea completely?

  42. Two of my friends want to start an international company based in the USA which will require a couple of million dollars to start.

    To give you a brief background about them, they’re both Ivy League graduates – very smart people. Both of them make nice six-figure salaries working for big organizations. However, they’ve never started a business before, never ran a multimillion dollar entity nor do they have a lot of business collateral. They haven’t done anything to start the business yet and have no track record of it being profitable (or successful). But, their business plan is rock solid and really good. They have already assembled a terrific team that will help them with their endeavor.

    So, what do you think are their chances of receiving funds for their business idea?

  43. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  44. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

  45. Ahh I’m super tired right now but am desperate for some sort of advice or objective input from total strangers.
    I’m a Freshman in college, almost a Sophomore, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. What else is new. But to speak frankly, I am not by any means an inept person. I was an Honors/AP student in high school, in the top 10% of my class, and am currently going to a ranked university that offered me about 75% scholarship money off the usual tuition.
    I think I have great potential to do well in SOMETHING, some sort of field…I just don’t know what! Business or Medicine is basically what I’ve narrowed it down to. I’ve tried to list out the pros and cons, and there is a long list for both of them.
    In short, what’s stopping me from pursuing a Business major/career is that I’m a girl–outdated thought, perhaps, but in reality, the most successful business execs are usually men. Plus, there is less stability job-wise also.
    In medicine, I think it’s pretty obvious. Being a doctor is extremely hard and stressing; one has to really enjoy and love what he/she does in that sort of field in order to reap benefits. You’ve got to be committed since it takes years of studying after all.
    Both fields are competitive, and for the most part, only few actually become successful (whether or not you get that lucky business job, or accepted into a Med school).

    I’m just at lost right now; maybe I’m just lacking confidence. I’m that the type of person that once my mind is made up, I’ll follow through entirely, EXCEPT making up my mind is a fickle process :/

    In any case, aside from evaluating and analyzing Pro&Con charts, what I really want to know is, how does one find out what their passion in life is? Some people just seem to know that they have an inclination toward a certain subject, and pursue it regardless of salary. For me though, yes, I take future income and stability into account, but what would reassure me the most, is if I actually LIKE or LOVE what I’m doing career-wise. Feeling a little dejected and unfocused right now.

    Let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you for reading!

    Oh side note: I already volunteer at a Children’s Hospital, and really enjoy my time there. I did it to observe the atmosphere of a hospital and to see if I fit in. Idk how I’m suppose to sort of do the same for Business. There are so many branches in Business, and its not like I have a degree yet to even intern. Ahh what to do πŸ™
    Sometimes I’m like “oh to hell with it all, I’ll just marry someone” …. but even marriage is an unstable job in its own right nowadays.

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