Nearly two years ago, I worked in political journalism, writing about current events and lending my views to editorial columns.
While this was interesting for a time, I discovered that it was something that I didn’t want to do forever.
You don’t want a domain name that takes people two minutes to type or a business card with more than one line for the name alone.
When you’ve narrowed your ideas down to a handful of favorites, it’s time to see if any of them are available.
I always had an interest in technology and my experience in writing was easily adaptable to other subjects.
So after a period of searching, I discovered Capterra, and subsequently, an enjoyment in writing about event management software. The same goes for those looking to start their own event planning business.
But my entire writing career was not without its steps, lessons, and hurdles. There are steps you have to follow, lessons you must learn, and planning that must be done in order to make your new business idea a reality.
I’ve composed a nine-step list on how to start your very own event planning business, from ideation to execution.
Her work has appeared online at Bill Savings, Money Smart Life and Mortgage Loan.
We often have those moments where we realize what we are doing currently is not what we want to do with the rest of our lives.