Business careers can vary from small-time car trades to more sophisticated business ventures.
We’re here to help you navigate the complex landscape and find the path to success.
By Scott Allen and Tom Schleifer, ESPN Staff WriterThe path to becoming a car-trading business entrepreneur is long, but not necessarily steep.
Here are the steps to getting started:1.
Be in the business2.
Get the experience3.
Make a plan5.
Get your business ready6.
Make sure your employees understand the job and work style8.
Make the right decision9.
Be a good team player10.
Be responsible for your employees11.
Learn the business and work environment12.
Create a business plan13.
Keep your head down14.
Do what’s right for your company15.
Find your own pathBy Scott Allen, ESPN Business WriterA car-shopping career can be a little intimidating.
It’s not a job for everyone.
But it’s an important one, and if you’re prepared to tackle it, you’re likely going to have a blast.
Here’s how to take the first step to becoming an entrepreneur.1.
Make it a goal to get into car-selling business.1″The first step is to make it a career,” said Jeff Sillerman, author of The Secret Life of an Entrepreneur.
“A career is the next step.
The goal is to get a job that you love doing.
That’s the goal.
And if you don’t have that, you can get it.
And you can be an entrepreneur, but you have to work for it.
There’s no shortcut to it.”2.
Start with a business you’re passionate about.2″You’re going to find a lot of great people who are not going to start your own business.
But there are a lot that are going to give you the experience, the guidance and the tools that you need to be successful,” said Chris Bowers, CEO of AutoTrade.com, a Car-Shopping Business that launched in 2011.3.
Make your business a passion.4.
Be open to making changes.5.
Keep the business simple.6.
Don’t try to get rich by starting a business.7.
Create an online presence.8.
Keep things simple and easy to navigate.9.
Know the business.10.
Focus on what matters to you.12.
Build a community.13.
Build an audience.14.
Have a plan.16.
Keep it simple.20.
Learn from your mistakes.23.
Keep a positive attitude.24.
Take time to build relationships.25.
Learn about your competitors.26.
Be willing to change.27.
Get on board.28.
Learn what to look for.29.
Find a partner.30.
Find ways to make money.31.
Make new friends.33.
Find an audience that wants to help.34.
Be the best at what you do.35.
Don.t get discouraged.36.
Learn to be a leader.37.
Find the right people to work with.42.
Don the underdog.43.
Be true to yourself.45.
Keep up with the Joneses.47.
Learn something new.48.
Know when to quit.49.
Do your research.50.
Be aware of your competitors, the people who will be your competitors in five years.51.
Keep yourself honest.52.
Find out what it takes to win.54.
Don´t be afraid to say no.55.
Take the time to make your case.56.
Listen to the people you’re helping.57.
Know how to deal with criticism.58.
Know what’s good for your business.60.
Listen and learn.62.
Don¿t get too caught up in how your competitors think.63.
Know your customers.65.
Have the right ideas.66.
Keep track of your cash flow.67.
Have respect for your competitors and the people they work with every day.69.
Be careful of your finances.70.
Keep all your finances in a spreadsheet.73.
Have good leadership skills.75.
Have enough knowledge and understanding to start a business in your lifetime.76.
Have your business plan ready to go.77.
Take a risk.78.
Know who your competition is.79.