Not everyone is made for the 9-5 grind, and that makes sense. Some people work great in that kind of structure while others might find themselves feeling uninterested and frustrated by it. If you fall in the latter category, then your best bet is to start a business of your own so that you are not bound by those hours and have your own way of running things. It is important to keep in mind, before you start a new business is how difficult things can get, especially in the first few years of starting a business.
A lot of people are not able to keep up with the pressure and that is why a lot of startups end up closing within the first two years. If you are mentally ready for the hardship and how tight money will be for a while, then you can give this a shot. A business model most startups and entrepreneurs are going for involves starting with an online setup, and then expanding to a proper physical store and office. This is a great way to cut costs and to ensure that you are not going overboard when things are still in the process of becoming realized.
It is important to have a business mindset when starting your business because there is a lot more to being a startup than just having a company name and title. You have to make sure you have enough funds to sustain the business, try to expand your strategy, reach out to buyers and advertise yourself, and make sure that there is still some profit at the end of the day to keep your business afloat and so on. All of these things require patience, an attention to detail and a business acumen. So, start out small, take your time and trust the process.