EntrepreneurDid you know that, according to the SBA and the census bureau, out of the 600,000 businesses that open up each year, about 550,000 of them close each year in the United States alone.  This means that there are only 50,000 business that have found a way to stay afloat in their first year.  This means that only 12% of all entrepreneurs that start up a business each year are actually ready to succeed when starting out for the first time.

So what does this mean?

Ultimately, this means that if you’re thinking about getting into full-time entrepreneurship, you have to take into consideration certain aspects for a successful start to your business.  Christina Baldassarre has created an article for people just like that who are considering starting up a business for the first time, and are looking for help to make sure they are going to be able to keep it alive during their first year.

If you’re looking to start a full-time business, check out Christina’s article, check it out on Search Engine Journal by following the link I’ve included below.

Search Engine Journal: 7 Signs You are Ready to be a Full-Time Entrepreneur