March 23, 2021
When you're first starting your business, you don’t need a whole bunch. In most cases, you don’t even need a website. The reality is: All you need to start a business is a product or service to sell, and someone who is willing to buy it. That is all a business requires.
Here at The Contract Shop®, we’re not big on pressuring you into thinking you need to have all your legal ducks in a row until you: a) make a few sales b) decide you want to keep doing whatever you’re doing. We’ve all been there: You start a new hobby and decide to monetize it, only to find out it takes 87 hours and you make $0.12 in profit. We don’t want you to invest in a contract or even create an LLC until you know you want to keep this ship sailing.
Once you know that, though, you need a contract. Period.
If you’re just starting out, you might think a contract is too complicated or too strict for how you're working. You may have verbal agreements or "just want to sell stuff," and don't see why you need a fancy contract anyways.
Here's why you absolutely need a contract once you start making money in your business:
For all of those reasons, YES, you need a contract!
What goes into a successful contract? Do you have to include all that legal gibberish? We’ll help you see exactly what goes into a rock-solid contract that keeps you and your clients or customers protected. Download our FREE Rock Solid Contract Blueprint — and make sure you have everything you need to cover your butt. Check it out at rocksolidcontract.com.
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