First, the business isn't easy. If you're looking for an business that's easy, I don't think you'll find one.
Second, it's a profession. You can do it part time, or full time, but it must be treated as a profession. You'll be investigating people. You'll be making choices. You'll be helping people who have been damaged, either financially or physically. It's a lot of responsibility.
Third, there's a lot to learn. More than some people let on. But the good news is that you won't have to know it all to start. You just have to know how to start the right way. Really. Really. It's the kind of business where you learn as you go. That's what I did. I'll help you do it too.
Fourth, you will have the usual start up scramble. Get over it. It's the same with every business. But I've been through it, and I've helped others through it. I know the do's and don't, and the side roads that get you there faster. You want your start up to be as efficient and effective as possible.
That's all for now.
Questions, just let me know.
Thank you to all. Peter