As a person that works a full time job, you have no doubt thought about the possibility of starting your own business many time but failed to make that dream a reality due to various reasons. Working under another person can come with problems and stresses including not having your hard work appreciated. In addition to this full time employment comes with a long list of rules and regulations that can be difficult to follow and in most cases these rules and regulations are quite unfair by the employee and are designed solely for the employers benefit.
While having your own business can involve a lot more work compared to being employed under someone else, the work that you do will be a lot less stressful and the feeling of knowing that you are your own boss is incomparable to being employed under someone else. In addition to this, the number of hours that you put in to your business will bring in a lot more money than an equal number of hours under the employment of someone else. The reason for this is that the company you work for will work as the middle man and take the fee paid by the client and give you a small fraction of it as your salary whereas with your own company, you will be able to eliminate the middle man completely thereby securing the fee paid by the client completely. You may not even have a big cost involvement as you can avoid office rental in Hong Kong charges by simply having your business from home itself.
Drawing up a business plan
You will need to begin by drawing up a solid business plan for your business so that you have an idea about where your money will come from and how much you can expect each month. You will need to list out your expenses and costs. In many cases, you will not need an office for rent because you may be able to operate your business from home eliminating one of the biggest costs however this would depend completely on the exact nature of your business.
It is always advisable to start your business while you are still employed at your full time job in order to have a safety net at the end of each of those first few months, Most businesses have no guarantee of being successful in the first month or two and you will need to be well prepared for a potential loss in those first few months.