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I'm studying business studies in university because I enjoy

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I'm studying business studies in university because I enjoy learning about business as a Subject and the different aspects of it, but I don't have any idea of the business I could start. Do I graduate and get a job while I wait and find out what my best bet is or should I keep opening and if they fail, close them in a trial and error style, until I create the right one?
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Honestly, you're better off working for a business at first. Apply for jobs, get a job in whatever industry; LEARN THE FUCK out of that industry, with everything there is to know about *x industry*. After doing that for a few years, think about how you could do it differently. With a strong knowledge of the rules, it's easier to intentionally break the rules and create an innovative edge.

Creating a business straight out of school is everybody's fantasy, but realistically, only incredibly intelligent and creative people can do this. Us people with more mediocre minds have to grind out ideas slowly. But in 10 years, you'll absolutely be ready.
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>>1346166
Thanks a lot man, I don't have a problem with waiting and learning, my only goal at the moment is learning as much as possible, and I don't plan on stoping (ever, I hope)
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>>1346155
If you want to be an entrepreneur there is no point in going to university.

If you want to be an entrepreneur you should do a trade, SoftE, CS (even them you can learn at home relatively simply).

You should defs get a job first so you learn the real world business dynamic. Also, accounting is probably the best degree to get if you want to go to uni and have an understanding of things like cash flows, balance sheets etc, ratios etc.
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>>1346484
My course has a pathway for accountancy, you can learn broad aspects of focus on one (marketing, accountancy, Managment)
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