When I quit my full time awesome job in an IT company to move cities, I wanted to find that exact same kind of job where I was moving. Unfortunately, and obviously, I couldn’t get everything I wanted, so I thought I am not going to find a job at all (I had that liberty) but rather I’ll continue doing what I love doing online and work on project basis or freelance.
On the side, I wanted to blog as well, just like that.
Freelancing and working independently gave me a lot of time to do whatever I wanted to do, provided that I managed myself well. I have seen that this situation also frustrates people because when they are at home and they try to get into freelancing or working online, they aren’t patient enough or they can’t find the time to because they are busy being distracted.
Entrepreneurship is not restricted to a group of specific people in societies any more. Everyone, literally everyone who has a few bucks on their hands and who has the willingness start thinking along the lines of making money, selling something, making a name, think outside the box, so on and so forth.
Take for example a single mother at home, in Pakistan. She has a kid but wants to get busy somewhere. She used to work but she can’t any more because she has to take care of her child so she thinks that maybe baking cakes and taking orders online would be a great start. Or she might also start buying clothes in bulk and selling them at profit. Or she might have access to a couple of professional tailors and ‘karigars’ so she might just start designing dresses. There is good money in all of this and I bet all of us know at least one person who is doing one of the above things to “A. keep themselves busy” and “B. make money”. Continue reading “Why I think my Start-up is going to be Brilliant”→