Defining yourself as an entrepreneur is like wielding a double-edged sword. On one end, it arms you with the necessary knowledge to stay true to yourself as you progress through your career. You can take a step back when approach with various business decisions and decide if it coexists with your original purpose for embarking on your entrepreneurial quest.
On the other hand, you can’t kill yourself by refusal to evolve with your career. As you gain experience, your professional goals will change. So will your thoughts of yourself as a businessperson. Nothing is certain. You make a plan with the best intentions of abiding by it but, if the time comes (and it will come) you have the ability to go back and revise it.
When you start spending money, you’ll realize that your budget was probably totally off. You may decide that you want to spend more in an area that you assumed wouldn’t cost very much. Before you go back and rip your financial plan to shreds, click here to subscribe to Professor Savings on YouTube. Learn how to make those dollars work for you.