How to Build a Low-Risk Business
Entrepreneurship

How to Build a Low-Risk Business

Best of both worlds
Entrepreneurship does not have to be high-risk.  Hybrid entrepreneurship allows you to take a thoughtful, strategic approach to business success without risking your livelihood. I started a business part-time in 2007, transitioned from corporate America in 2008 and have been growing my business ever since.  And there are many examples of other successful hybrid entrepreneurs.  Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter, was a hybrid entrepreneur for six years before transitioning into full-time entrepreneurship.

Whether a part-time or full-time entrepreneur, you have to be focused and you must be
committed; but you don’t have to bet the farm.

Felicia Joy is the author of Hybrid Entrepreneurship: How the Middle Class Can Beat the Slow Economy, Earn Extra Income and Reclaim the American Dream. Learn more about Felicia’s upcoming 6-week teleseminar on how to become a hybrid entrepreneur starting July 25th.

Check back each week for her columns on entrepreneurship and follow her at www.twitter.com/feliciajoy.


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