If you ask this question to a lot of aspiring entrepreneurs, many will answer with;
“I want to make money.”
This is a surface-level reason for starting your own business and you’re setting yourself up for failure in the long run.
Because once you reach your goal and get the money you were after, then what?
What’s the point then?
This is why your “why” is important.
Your why needs to be something bigger than you.
For example my WHY is to help entrepreneurs accelerate their growth in online business.
I love seeing people succeed and so I focus on serving them and their needs to help them succeed.
This type of WHY will never go away no matter how much money I make.
If you just starting out, don’t skip this step.
Think about WHY you’re doing what you’re doing and it has to be bigger than you.
To your Success!