Tips For Turning Your Passion Project Into a Fully-Fledged Business
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Tips For Turning Your Passion Project Into a Fully-Fledged Business

Turning your passion into a successful business venture is something everyone dreams of achieving. After all, is it really considered work if you love what you're doing?

Tips For Turning Your Passion Project Into a Fully-Fledged Business

Although it may seem like an impossible task at first, ensure you're on the path to success by following our expert tips on how you can efficiently go from passion to business.

Set Out Your Plan

Before you completely cut ties with the full time working world, there are some crucial factors that need to be considered before taking the leap of faith. Firstly, plan and consider the money and resources you will require in order to make your business successful. An initial investment is something that cannot be overlooked or bypassed but if you have savings that can kickstart your business immediately, you already have one foot in the door. However, if you have no funds or resources, you may need to continue working 'for the man' a little while longer until you are financially funded.

Now, how exactly can you plan for your business? Simple, take pen to paper and draw up the skeleton of your business. Every business model needs to start somewhere and when your business begins to look promising, you will need a reliable STP software for mandatory wage reporting to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Further to this, think about some more basics! Where will you purchase the equipment you require? What space will you work within? And how will you advertise yourself? Even though the answers to these may seem blurred at first, with the right planning you'll on your way in no time.

Work Towards Your Goals

Let's face it, not everyone is going to see or agree with your vision, but don't let this bring you down. Instead, surround yourself with like-minded people that can help you grow from where you are now, to where you envision yourself to be. However, you can only be as successful as the efforts you put in and since you'll be focusing on your startup in your spare time, be prepared to make sacrifices. Weekends and after work hours will be your glory time! And while everyone is making plans for gathering and celebrations, this is something that you will miss out on. Be practical when you are setting your goals; ensure they are achievable and within the deadlines that you set. Any progress that you make will bring you one step closer to the bigger picture and all the hours that you put in building towards your dream will be worth your while.

Networking, Networking and You Guessed It… Networking!

The importance of networking is something that cannot be overlooked. Developing relationships and connections with people who are in the same industry will allow you to have more opportunities when it comes to progressing in the field. Sign up for seminars, attend the meetings and show your face at the exhibitions! The more time you put into networking, the more results you will receive in return. Word of mouth can work wonders and in turn will lead to the scaling of your business without having to spill out enormous amounts of money. To find out the seminars in Melbourne and times available, click here.


Ultimately, there will be a point in your journey where all the pieces of the puzzle will make their way together. You will notice that your 'hobby' has now turned into a full-time role and you're achieving financial goals. At this point, all the efforts you have put into your business will start paying off. This will take some time, so don't give in- keep working towards your vision because one day your dream will be a reality.

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