8 Tips for Navigating the Ups and Downs of Entrepreneurship – What To Do When You’re Just Not Feeling It
It happens to all of us. The ups and downs of entrepreneurship are unavoidable. They’re just part of the package. And that’s ok. It’s what we do with them that matters the most. It helps to identifying what we’re feeling and why. Then the best course of action will present itself. Here are some possibilities along with some tools for getting through them.
Anna Sabino talks about her process of testing ideas and getting feedback for her products. She also shares her experience with getting a literary agent and publishing her book with a traditional publisher.
Reflection is a powerful tool for growth. You can see how far you’ve come and stay aware of things that still need some work. It’s the perfect opportunity to take time to reflect on your business and inner journey. Take a few minutes, grab your journal, and dig in. You might be surprised!
The truth of any business lies in the budget, monthly reports and on bank statements. You have the opportunity for empowerment when you understand how the money comes in and how it goes out. The information found in the money systems you use can craft your strategic priorities and growth plans for the month, quarter and year.
In this day and age, everyone and their dog can build their own website. But not all websites are created equal. Whether you are planning to DIY it or hire someone to create your piece of online real estate, there are many aspects to consider. Lots of them are “nice-to-haves” or options depending on your particular needs. However there are several “must-haves”, regardless of the type of site you want or the business you are in. Some of the points examined below are concrete and easy to implement, while others are a bit more abstract. All of them have the ability to make or break your site’s functionality, usefulness and/or user experience.
Stephanie Pollock discusses what it means to embrace a leadership role in your business, even as a solopreneur. Stephanie offers 3 powerful tips for new entrepreneurs that will save you time, money, and heartache.