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  1. I think there’s one element missing – you need to plan your exit strategy from the get-go, always look for exits, and absolutely be prepared to commit to the very end of the business. Losing interest = losing lots of financial/time investments that don’t belong to you.

  2. JazakAllah Very useful article ….bt now I’m a student InshaAllah aftr completing my studies I vl open my own entrepreneur…InshaAllah n thnx fr sharing this article. :-) May Allah bless u ameen.

  3. AWW
    Dear brother Obaid Ahmed I have read your article Being your own boss part 3 and part 4 and I found very useful to start my business, JezakAllah Khiar.Could you please send me part 1 and part 2.


  4. Salam alaikum Obaid Ahmed

    I noticed that a part of this article is taken from an article I have written in January this year. I don’t mind that you used it for your own purpose but at least credit me for it out of courtesy Jazak Allahu Khair.


    Karima Bihaki

  5. Assalamualikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu. .. Maa Shaa Allah very helpful tips. . In Shaa Allah i would like to be an entrepreneur one day.

  6. Alhamdulillah. very interesting and informative post. please, am new to productive Muslim website and mailing list, can you send me the part 1-3 series of be your own boss
    thank you
    jazakaAllahu khairan

  7. Thank you very much for important lessons on entrepreneurship. I m working on my start up and these tips are so valuable. I will let you in detail once i launch it.