Are you ready to start a business? Here’s a look at common foundational steps you need to take to prepare for an effective business launch.
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As the founder of a content marketing agency, my career path was more accidental than intentional. Since my agency career wasn’t carefully planned, I ended up making a lot of mistakes.
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.
Starting a business is inherently a risky venture. You may not be able to control external factors, like a sudden fluctuation in the market. But there are many factors within your control.
Before even thinking about forming a new company, you need to understand that entrepreneurship offers a lifestyle characterized by risk and reward on one hand. On the other hand, being an employee promises a level of security, little risk as well as little reward.
At 28 I had a heart attack and nearly died. It was a wake-up call that required me to shift gears; so I ventured into the online space and started my coaching company.
I got in the ring in front of 700 people, with a rather large woman, and subsequently raised over $2,000 for cancer research.
Looking back, I wish I would have tackled these items earlier. I hope these tips provide value and ease your entrepreneurship journey.
Things can get messy. The relationships you have so carefully and lovingly cultivated with people can irreparably implode. We did it anyway.
The demand for freelance writers has never been higher. Before you start seeking clients as a freelance writer, there are a few business tasks you should do first.