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Inspiration lies in unexpected places. When you’re out of your element or comfort zone, you think and wonder things you wouldn’t otherwise.
Most successful entrepreneurs have dealt with their own special cocktail of business blind spots. Thankfully there’s a way to remedy them and get back on track.
I often tell my team, “Be proactive in your own becoming.” It sounds like a weird phrase at first, but when you look closely it makes sense — and it will put you on a path of achievement.
There are things I wish I knew three years ago when I first took the plunge as a full-time entrepreneur. These are my favorites.
Chances are if you are growing a business at some point you will need to schedule virtual meetings to connect with telecommuters, give a presentation to clients, connect with outsourced partners, host a webinar, or pre-screen potential new hires.
I wish someone had asked me these tough questions 10 years ago when I started my first company. It would have saved me a lot of wasted time.
Gallup studied 2,500 entrepreneurs to learn the actions and decisions that lead to business creation and growth. But the next logical step is practical application.
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