Starting a business can be stressful, but you can make it easy on yourself. You just need to make sure that you’re prepared – success should follow.
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You deserve to live the life you have always wanted, and a side hustle can be the stepping stone to opportunities you didn’t even know existed.
Rejection should not discourage you, nor should it end your dreams. If you pay attention, you can actually succeed in spite of rejection.
A desk job and a guaranteed paycheck may be a comfort for some. But the ability to live each day fully, on my terms, is comfort for me.
I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news, but following your passion does not always lead you to a pot of gold.
The best thing you can do is to start your business your way and on your terms.
As I look back over the last year, I realize there are essential startup lessons that have helped me move forward as an entrepreneur.
As you can see, it’s always better to be cautious than to rely on sheer optimism to get you through the rough patch.
There are five realities about being an early-stage entrepreneur that no one can escape.
The transition from a white shoe Wall Street firm to the near absolute freedom of entrepreneurship required huge life adjustments.