Making the commitment to be where your feet are and practicing these skills every day will have a compounding effect on your success.
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There are superstars in every industry; yours is no exception. You’re paying close attention to the best players, hoping to grab some insights. I just don’t think it’s the best use of your time.
In spite of the popularity of the side hustle among millennials, we don’t want to be stocking grocery store shelves or staffing a fast food chain to rake in some extra dough. Many of us, myself included, are looking to our passions and skills and trying to discover ways to monetize those instead.
I learned indispensable lessons that most successful people, like Gary Vaynerchuk and Mila Kunis, know all too well. Now, you might not know me (yet), but I can almost guarantee you know Gary and Mila. And the three of us share eerily similar stories.
When some entrepreneurs think of self-promotion they consider it to be an ego-serving, distracting waste of time. However, every business owner needs to to promote themselves in order to increase brand awareness and reach new clients.
Online fashion sales are increasing. “With retail e-commerce sales worldwide expected to reach just over four trillion U.S. dollars in 2020, the global e-commerce industry appears to show no signs of slowing down.”
Are you making entrepreneurship harder than it has to be? In our quest for growth, we often find ourselves overlooking simplicity.
With enough discipline and passion, even dull day-to-day tasks become meaningful and inspiring stepping stones that fuel you to surpass your goals.
When I encounter frustrated leaders, it is necessary to be honest with my observations and the things that contribute to a negative workplace atmosphere – I sometimes have to tell them they are the problem.
Nobody wants their story to include an “I lost a business,” chapter. And yet, it’s a part of mine. Over the years, rather than hide and pretend it didn’t happen, I’ve come to embrace and appreciate it. Without that experience I wouldn’t be a success today.