Now That You’ve Decided To Be An Entrepreneur, What’s The Next Step?

We are continuing down our “road to success” from our post titled “Is Social Media Marketing, Internet Marketing and Network Marketing Confusing?(click on title).

Once we have chosen “the road” to become an Entrepreneur, there are many changes we will encounter.  For example, if we come from a family of employees, we will soon see that everyone around us will not understand why we want to become an entrepreneur.  They think we should stay in a “safe, secure job”. 😯   This is usually where most entrepreneurs hit their first “road block” because the values and beliefs necessary to be an entrepreneur, in my humble opinion, are the opposite of an employee.

This is where we must be willing to lay our new “foundation” for our “beautiful new house” that was mentioned in our last blog post.  The values of an employee are not applicable for an entrepreneur who wants time freedom and financial freedom.
Robert Kiyosaki so eloquently stated these in our post called 8 Financial Myths About Money(click on title).  And as Jim Rohn says “your income is determined by your philosophy” and your philosophy is what you know plus the decisions we make.

Next Fork In The Entrepreneurial Road

The next thing to decide as an Entrepreneur is do we want to work alone or with a team?

Here are a few Questions To Consider when we are choosing our entrepreneurial endeavor:

– When do we want our ideal life?
– Are we always working and busy while earning our monthly income?
– Do we have residual income coming in each month?
– Do we want to travel without having to continue to work?
– Do we ever want to totally retire and have residual income which keeps on growing without us?

Example of Goals To Write Down :

In 30 days, I will make $…

In 90 days, I will make $…

In 6 months, I will make $… & quit my job

In 1 year, I will make $… & buy a car

In 3 years, I will make $… & retire my spouse

In 5 years, I will make $… & vacation in Paris

In 10 years, I will make $… & buy my second house

In 20 years, in 30 years, in 40 years, in 50 years…

Here’s our video where we take you further down the “Road Less Traveled“:

Now we have decided to be an Entrepreneur, and we have decided to work alone or with a team.  We will work on our goals and make some major decisions for our “life plan”.  We look forward to continuing down this road with you in our next blog post titled “Why Teamwork Makes The Dream Work“.  Be sure to subscribe by pressing the orange RSS button at the top of our blog.

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Sending you a lot of “Aloha” (love) & “Mahalo” (thank you) for being a part of our “Ohana” (family)!


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36 Comments For This Post

  1. Ryan Biddulph Says:

    Hi Kelli,

    Sensational blog!

    I like your step by step breakdown of the decisions which a successful entrepreneur must make. The family and friends not understanding part resonates with me. Entrepreneurs were seen as “wheelers and dealers” in my family.

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful insight 🙂

    Ryan Biddulph
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  2. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Ryan,
    So wonderful to meet you here on our blog! Thank you for your kind comments. I am so glad you like the breakdown as I keep on going down this road with many “forks” as major decisions are made for one’s life. Aloha 🙂

  3. lani iokua Says:

    Hi Kellie,
    Wow! Thank you for another great article! Being an entrepreneur is surely different from being an employee. As an employee we are out there on our own. When I joined network marketing I learned that Team Work makes the Dream Work. And it’s so much more fun!

    Mahalo Nui Loa

  4. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Lani,
    Mahalo for your comments. Yes, teamwork makes the dream work! Aloha 🙂

  5. Val Wilcox Says:

    You not only share ideas on moving ahead with your business, you also give such wonderful questions to answer to define your goals. This is something I did not do when I first started online. I had a vague sense of direction. Now I am much clearer on where I desire to end up.

    You’re giving all the main steps to empower people!
    Val 🙂
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  6. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Val,
    Thank you so much for your kind comments. I am happy you found our post valuable and useful. I was hoping to give everyone something to really think about to decide on their roads to success. Aloha 🙂

  7. Cheryl Tateishi Says:

    Thank you for sharing the steps to success in being an entrepreneur. I like how you keep things simple.

  8. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Thank you for your comments Cheryl! I’m glad you found it simple. 🙂

  9. Sivoi Tofilau Says:

    Hi Kellie. Im so glad to follow your road. How you breakdown the way which is step by step in words is very clear, not just tell also show me the directions of the road I see your desire of doing something which is learn and share to all of us. Your right there are huge confirmations to back up the directions. Thank you Kellie again.

    Love you
    Sivoi Tofilau

  10. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Sivoi! So wonderful to see your beautiful face on our blog! I am glad you are following the road to success! You are helping so many people. Thank you! 🙂

  11. Anna Johnston Says:

    Brilliant, easy to follow and answer steps! Thanks Kellie! I think this is something the majority of us do not do, we fumble along…. only vaguely knowing where we are going! I am now really drilling down on the direction I wish to take and your steps are exactly how Im going about it. Cheers again Kellie! I really appreciate you! Anna
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  12. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Anna! Thank you for your kind comments. I am so glad you found our post helpful to deciding your direction. I look forward to seeing your journey unfold. Aloha 🙂

  13. Holly Says:

    Hey Kellie, It definitely is a concept that my family doesn’t understand… so it has been interesting. I hook up with my Entrepreneur friends because they get it… Changing values and beliefs to be an entrepreneur as certainly far different than those of an employee! Thanks for the reminder and your openness to share with us your experiences! It is so nice to know “we” entrpreneurs aren’t alone and someone has gone before!


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  14. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Holly,
    Yes, changing values and beliefs is a tough one that not everyone around us will be willing to understand. Like you said, your entrepreneur friends are here to support you. I am so happy you gained from some of my experiences. That brings me a lot of joy. Much love 🙂

  15. Lisa Arnold Says:

    Thank you for the blog post Kellie! I really like how you gave examples of goals to write down and questions to think about. Their is power in our thoughts and our written words!! Thank you!
    : ) Lisa
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  16. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Lisa,
    I am so happy to see you here and glad you enjoyed the questions. 🙂

  17. Annette Says:

    Thankyou. Just a word – but full of so much more <3

  18. Kellie Says:

    My pleasure Annette. 🙂

  19. Dena-Lynn Says:

    Hi Kellie, your advice is truly an important step to implement on the road to entrepreneurship not only because it provides a framework for designing your future, it also offers awareness that there are options available. Like you, I also choose to work with a team because of all of the resources that are already in place to support my growth. Great post, Kellie! I look forward to continuing along with you in this series. 🙂
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  20. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Dena-Lynn,
    Thank you for your kind comments. I wanted to give everyone a road map to at least consider the possibilities for their future. The choices we make today, sets us down different paths, so beginning choices are crucial. Looks like you made a great choice already. Congratulations! 🙂

  21. Karla Setchel Says:

    Hey Kellie,

    Great content as usual! I love your videos. I really appreciate all of the knowledge that you share so willingly 🙂

    Karla Setchel

  22. Kellie Says:

    Thank you Karla! I hope our posts are helping you. Aloha 🙂

  23. Krista Abbott Says:

    Excellent advice you provide here for those individuals making the transition from employee to entrepreneur. Understanding the values and making the proper mindset adjustments are crucial to fully embracing the entrepreneurial lifestyle. Great job on this post!
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  24. Kellie Says:

    Thank you Krista! I appreciate your kind comments. Aloha 🙂

  25. Tricia Karp Says:

    Kellie, thanks for the list of looking ahead and working out where I want to be. It’s so easy sometimes to get caught up in the ‘now.’ To look ahead reminds me that I’m in this for the long-term, and that some goals can’t be achieved overnight (well, most really!)

    Clarity and commitment open the door to magic manifesting.

    Looking forward to hearing more from you.

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  26. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Tricia,
    So nice to meet you here on our blog! Thank you for your comments. We are so glad it helped you. Yes, clarity & commitment are the keys to the magic! Aloha 🙂

  27. Melissa McCloud Says:

    hi kellie! omg i love your favicon ! ! ! 😉

    i know that goal setting makes many of us groan… and it can seem so cliche. but it’s absolutely paramount when it comes to having success in network marketing.

    my favorite part of your post was the easy goal setting section. anyone CAN do it! =)

  28. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Melissa,
    Thank you for your kind comments. And I know you know about goal setting and how important it is! I am glad you found it easy so that anyone can do it. Much love & aloha 🙂

  29. Kim Jensen Says:

    Thank you Kellie for all the time and thoughtfulness you put into each post..very well thought out. I am a bit resistant to setting timed goals..maybe I’m chicken or maybe I prefer to let it all go the way it ‘should’. Not sure if this is correct thinking or just damned lazy! I will consider some timed goals…(It’s a bit unnerving to set it in stone.)

    Luv u friend! Kim
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  30. Kellie Says:

    Aloha Kim,
    I know what you mean, I felt the same way, however, I found that manifestation and synchronicity happened faster because I expected it to happen. You know, I observed it to happen before it happened, so it went from wave to particle! I’m talking you Quantum language right? Gosh, I love it! Let’s talk about it sometime. I’d love to have a Quantum synergistic mastermind with you!! LOL!! Aloha 🙂

  31. Jacqueline Gates Says:

    As I prepare to leave my job at Sbux and work fulltime for Myself, this is exactly the step-by-step kind of plan I need to orient myself and set my goals.

    A recipe for success indeed, from a lady who is proof that it works.

    Bliss-ings and thanks,
    the goddess known as Jacqui
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  32. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Jacqui,
    I am so excited for you! And I am thrilled that our post helps you. You are such an inspiration! Thank you for your kind comments and for your courage to choose “the Road Less Traveled”! Much love & aloha 🙂

  33. Ken Pickard Says:


    I like the way you laid out this post. Setting times goals really sets the fire under your butt to get it done. Even if you don’t hit the exact mark, never let that stop you or slow you down from continuing to stretch yourself.

    Once you open to the possibilities then anything can happen. Even at the last minute!

    Ken Pickard
    The Network Dad
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  34. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Ken,
    Thank you for your comments. Does it all look familiar to you? LOL! Seriously, it is very important to lay it all out and know what you want. Anything can happen and instantly too cause time is an illusion! 🙂
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  35. Jaden Daniels Says:

    I love the questions. While I was reading them, I answered the third one right then. I am going to sell the store and move to the coast of SC. I have to really sit down and write the rest of my goals out. Thanks for helping get my head on straight.

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  36. Kellie Hosaka Says:

    Aloha Jaden,
    I am glad the questions assisted you. Yes, decide on the whole plan for your life and things will become clear on the paths to take. Let me know if I can assist you in anyway. Aloha 🙂
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