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Old 28th November 2006, 03:13 PM   #5
Crimson Fox
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Hey David,
It looks like you took two years of to and fro before you finally hit a nail on the head and perhaps that's all the experience you need especially given the circumstances you found yourself in. There was an opportunity there to take.

I'm more worried about the poster who says. I have a website…what now, or I have start-up capital…what next. I like fluffy bunny rabbits…what's a business I can start revolving around those.

My advice first up would be take a cold shower and a step back, look at the big picture before creating yourself a job you don't even know if you'll like. 2 years could be plenty of experience in an industry for the right person. But make sure the business you create is something you still want to be doing 5 or 10 years later. Perhaps you are lucky and someone wants to buy the business from you. But if you don't enjoy what you are doing yourself, chances are that the business won't be worth enough for people to consider.

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