Starting a business is what I would consider the single hardest phase of entrepreneurship for most people. Starting out a life of potential self-employment is incredibly daunting and can seem complex from the outside looking in. The best way you can overcome this is by simplifying entrepreneurship in order to get kick started. My quick tips for starting a business are as follows:
Consider your strengths - what do you do at work, what are your hobbies/passions, what would people say are your redeeming qualities
Choose your weapon - what product or service do you want to provide, in what format will you deliver it?
Reach out to your network - approach your closest family and friends and ask them to refer you your first customer.
Get three paying customers - if referrals alone are not enough, literally cold call/email/letterbox drop. Who is your client and where can you access a population of customers that would likely need what you are offering?
Service your first three customers - go above and beyond to make sure they have a positive experience
Do these first steps and then worry about the next set of questions like how to expand, where to market or how to properly structure the business.
Until you have verified your product or service with your first paying customers,any questions other than the first five above are simply distractions.