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How to start a business during the coronavirus shutdown using skills you already have

The coronavirus shutdown can be the excellent opportunity for you to to become an entrepreneur, according to best-selling author Patrice Washington. 

Washington lost her real estate matter in 2008 and spent the next decade building a new career helping others with their finances. She is also the innkeeper of “The Redefining Wealth Podcast.”

The 39-year-old author recommends that you start you identifying your natural talents and edifice a business tailored to your specific skills.   

Check out this video to learn her four-step process to starting a new shoot and to see examples of companies she’s helped others start. 

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