Ever since I was younger, I had the idea that I was going to go to college and get a degree. Which one? Who knows, but the piece of paper was the most important thing.
When 16 rolled around, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life, but I started looking at colleges because that’s what you did. My requirements for schools were minimal – they had to be in a really cool place and not too hard to get into – my self-confidence was pretty low at that point – and that was pretty much it. Continue reading →
If this is your first time reading the blog, I run a small marketing agency/consultancy which I started when I was working a day job. I quit that job in June of 2017 to go full-time with this business.
I’ve decided to start posting a monthly update to show progress on my big goals for 2018and keep myself accountable – as well as give you some ideas for how to improve your own business or side hustle. Continue reading →
When you’ve made the decision to leave your job, it can be hard to stay focused. Yes, it may take you 12-36 months before you have enough money saved (do you know how much you need to save? Use this cheat sheet if not) – but the excitement is hard to contain. I totally get it.
But if you plan on being a business owner, you need to think like one. What can you do now to make the transition easier, and to grow your business now, instead of waiting until you have “more time” as you could just be setting yourself up for failure.
Here are some ways to take advantage of your current situation to set yourself up for success later as an entrepreneur.