A few months ago, my sister came up with an amazing idea for a business and I was immediately on board. I jumped in right away and for the past 5 months I've been working to get it up and running. I still think it's a great idea and I want to continue with it, however, I'm concerned because my sister and I are very different and have different goals career-wise. I'm afraid to attach myself to her too much and abandon my career path and what I want to do, even though I'm really passionate about this business. My sister is a nurse and she does not like it at all. She sees herself completely leaving the nursing field and doing this business 100%. I however, like my career and I want to do both. I'm 24 and my sister is 31. We are at different stages in our lives. I still want to have my own professional identity. What should I do?
I will not suggest you abandon your sister in the middle of the corporate ocean, as entrepreneurship is not a bad idea, but determine first that is the career suitable for women? If you find it is not choosing your own career path as there is no point in wasting time here.
For women who want a chance to do what they really love doing, who have always dreamed of starting their own business, entrepreneurship could be the perfect career. This would give you the flexibility to allocate time to your business and family as needed. This is also one of the biggest challenges you will ever take up in your life as every decision will rest on your shoulders.
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