There are so many online entrepreneurs in the phase of faking it to make it that they really do a disservice to their audience by not disclosing these not-so-pretty realities of what it takes to have a successful business. This article outlines the whole idea that having a job can be a great piece of … Continue reading J.O.B. Is Not A Swear Word
My last vlog was about the 2 main reasons people aren't succeeding at following their passion or life purpose: lack of confidence and not having control of their personal lives. During a meditation in the past few days since, 2 traits or skills were revealed that WILL allow you to succeed at following your calling … Continue reading 2 Things That Will Significantly Help You Succeed at Following Your Purpose/Passion
First off, I want you to let the main message of this piece sink in: You are the perfect vessel to bring the message, product, or service that's been knocking on your heart for so long. I know this because I meet people every day (prospects and clients) who are what I call "little superstars", people who know but deny their purpose for 2 common reasons outlined in this article.
The story goes: I met a lead on Linkedin, an ideal lead, one that could potentially serve up steady work for years to come. If he liked the work I did for his own company, he'd be able to utilize me in his contracts with clients. The interaction was warm and promising, so I accepted … Continue reading 3 Nasty Habits of Unsuccessful Business Owners
If you can believe it, I started managing businesses when I was 18 years old as the manager of the Wacky Bear Factory inside Crossroads Mall in St. Cloud, MN. After 2 years, 2008's recession took its toll and Wacky Bears were deemed a luxury and not a necessity. The business closed. Then I managed … Continue reading Recalling the Joy of Starting My Own Business for the First Time