There are many highs and lows of Entrepreneurship. Many of these lessons compiled together create experiences. These experiences are then interpreted by the entrepreneur to mean something. If the entrepreneur does not maintain non bias towards those experiences, she may learn a “lesson” that is not true. For example, let’s say sally wants to get … Continue reading This one thing will ruin your chances as an entrepreneur
Business ethics are simple. Do good, be good. Do what you say and execute as expected. Admit when you make mistakes but do not let customers walk over you. Know your rights and fire customers when necessary. Do whats right and go above and beyond if you can still turn a profit.
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking your current results will be your end results. Ray Kroc didn’t start McDonalds until late it life . Kernel Sanders of KFC the same. Sam Walton of Walmart didn’t open Walmart until he was 42. All that you’re doing today is collecting experience. All of your little improvements … Continue reading Small Starts. Big Results
Do you have an entrepreneurial idea? Or maybe a business you’d like to start? To have ideas and be entrepreneurial is a great thing But waiting on the sidelines is bad. Very bad. Let me give you an example. I have a friend who I see occasionally. Every time I see him he is planning … Continue reading Why waiting is wrong! Notes on Just Getting Started
Do you live a balanced life? If you’re anything like me… You struggle with this and are always looking to develop in this way. I have had seasons of my life where I only focused on my professional life and others (like now) where I’m doing a little bit of everything and as of now, … Continue reading How and why to live a balanced life