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Debbie Paino

You should look for a job with a company that is directly related to what you want to do long-term. This is a great way to learn the ropes, plus find out what does and does not work.
Determine what industry you want to work in and begin aiming for those companies that you admire in the business sector. It may not be your dream job, but if you can learn from them it will be extremely valuable. An internship working in various parts of the organization would be ideal.

Answered 1 year ago

Debbie Paino
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Murray Feldman

I think you need to learn the differences between being an employee & an owner. You should take courses in Business Management & Ownership. As an owner you will need to either learn
finances, economics, developing a business plan, negotiating a lease & many more issues, besides the knowledge of the business you will be running. It does not appear that you have that
experience yet. If you are currently working, gain experience there first. Take courses similar
to what I previously mentioned. You need to "crawl before you walk".

Answered 7 years ago

Murray Feldman