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Reid Bloomfield


I guess I'm not sure what the problem is. You don't need computer certifications to repair computers, although, they are good to have. I understand the time commitment for working a full time job, going to school full time, having a family with 3 small children, and volunteering for church. If you want your computer business to get off the ground, set up appointments only during the hours you are available. This doesn't have to limit you at all. You can slowly start to build your client base while attending to your other responsibilities. If it's something you like doing and continues to grow, one day you might be able to quit your day job, but make sure you have a proven business plan before you take that leap. I commend you for wanting to start your own business. You will find much greater rewards by doing so.

Answered 8 years ago

Reid Bloomfield