“How to become a successful entrepreneur? 1. Figure out what your business superpower is, then productize it and monetize it. 2. Clearly articulate the problem you solve, and provide valuable insights that can help your network and prospects (even if they don’t work with you. Come from the high side of fair for all interactions and engagements” – Brynne Tillman
The journey of entrepreneur Dave Zaron’s transforming customer experience for ecommerce businesses.
You need to learn to sell people on your vision and potential, which is difficult because most investors tend to want to see numbers trending in the right direction. Finding and convincing investors to believe in you and your business is always tough, especially when you are a very early-stage company.
“With upgrades in technology, it’s easier than ever to have a team of qualified individuals who can do their work from home while keeping things running smoothly.” Tina Martin
As startup founder or an entrepreneur, you need a person or an agency who understands running a business to guide you and provide you with the needed support which will take your business a long way.
“If you don’t have customers, you don’t have a business. For many new businesses, learning how to attract new clients is a major challenge. But here’s how to make it work.” Madeleine Duprez
“An entrepreneur’s biggest fault is refusing to invest in their business and themselves. Keep in mind that a good CEO doesn’t do everything – they do what they are good at and hire others to help with the rest.” Jenny Hale
“Some of the biggest challenges faced by entrepreneurs are working from home and educating consumers. But here are some advice: 1. Don’t feel like you need to have it all figured out before you take the leap. 2. Be patient, 3. Be patient”- Alexandra Bowden
Addressing small business financing challenges: how credit stacking for entrepreneurs provides needed funding.
Journey of Jesse Simpson, veteran, first responder, turned entrepreneur, assisting business owners in accessing 0% interest credit while creating a life of abundance.
Professionals, students, and others may find networking difficult, but the appropriate tool and coach can make networking easier. This article describes the challenges faced by networking professional Nancy Chin-Wagner as she started her networking firm after growing up in a rural town with limited networking chances. When Nancy first arrived to Boulder, Colorado, she had no friends. She could only meet people through participating in organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, hiking and literature clubs, and many other activities. Her motivation to start her own business was motivated by a deep desire to help others communicate successfully.
“One of the basic preceptions of marketing is that anything worth marketing starts with an irresistible offer which causes people to stop and get excited and then grab the offer.” Terri Levine
Join us for an insightful interview with a seasoned coach leader of tech coaches and consultants, as we delve into the world of empowering and guiding technology professionals.