Start your business now!

‘The most precious thing that you can control is your own mindset,’ said marketing expert and entrepreneur mentor Dr Azizan Osman.

WHEN is the best time to start a business?

This is a tough question because there is never a right time to make this leap, no one-size-fits all solution, no checklist to tick off to know, right then and there, that it’s finally time.

There will never be an ideal moment. You may delay your business plan, only to realise that the years have passed and it’s too late.

You have to create the “best time” and start the business with a positive mindset.

Certainly there will always be an element of risk, and overcoming it is part of the challenge. If you can transition successfully, you’ll know that you’ve made it.

If the person waits until the commencement of a new job to start a business, it will also not be a wise plan because there is an opportunity now to build a business slowly.

The Malay proverb "Sediakan payung sebelum hujan" (Have your umbrella ready before it rains) could also apply during this challenging economic period.

In the current scenario, the person need not wait until he is out of a job, has no proper income, or face financial burden before he starts planning for the future.

Many people were left unprepared when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, which led to the economic crisis and rising unemployment, while some experienced pay cut and many other difficult situations.

What matters most is having the right knowledge and guidance because the business cannot be built in a day.

Throughout the movement control order (MCO) and conditional MCO periods, RichWorks International Sdn Bhd has helped many entrepreneurs to build businesses and startupz from zero until they can make thousands of sales a week.

“The most precious thing that you can control is your own mindset. It is not about marketing, but to be courageous, ” said marketing expert and entrepreneur mentor Dr Azizan Osman.

“It is not about money, but self-capital. Do you know what it is that you actually want, and are you prepared to be guided?” said Azizan, who is RichWorks International executive chairman, founder and master coach, pinpointed. RichWorks is one of the country’s largest seminar organiser, and has successfully groomed many entrepreneurs nationwide.

Dr Azizan sharing tips on how to be successful in business. Dr Azizan sharing tips on how to be successful in business.

If you know anyone who is struggling, lost their job, financially burdened in their business, and anyone who needs help to start and build a business, invite them to register at today.

Three participants or more can register for free for the intensive class on:

  1. How to avoid failure in business

  2. How to start a business with limited capital

  3. How to start a business while working

  4. How to conduct a business until they can afford to quit a job

  5. How to market a product and service with limited capital and zero marketing costs

  6. How to generate RM10,000 or RM100,000 or more monthly in a fast way

  7. How to make money as a dropship or an agent or a stockist

  8. How to build a business if you are a founder

RichWorks is willing to groom all, as it has shown its capabilities when it helped many small and medium enterprises nationwide to survive.

The company has extended free registration for those who register three pax for the two-day intensive class from June 6,2020. on “How to start a business and what are the industries to survive after this Raya!”, coached by Azizan.

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