A job in management can help you in your entrepreneurship endeavors
Before testing the waters of entrepreneurship, try to work in a managerial position. You don’t have to manage in a large corporation where you deal with educated and trained experts. Managing in a hospitality establishment (restaurant, hotel) or departmental store will suffice. With a management position, you get to learn about the importance of teamwork, delegation, resource allocation skills and time-management. These skills will be critical when running your enterprise.
If you’re lucky enough to have worked in some of these jobs, all you need to do is think back on the best strategies that propelled that business and implement them on your new venture. These lessons are valuable to any business, as successful entrepreneurs jealously guard them. So ensure to have them before you jump into entrepreneurship head first.