When it comes to growing a business, one true test to see if you're really there is to ask yourself if you can leave for a few days without everything falling apart.
I don't care if you intend to build an empire of thousands of employees, or just to have one contractor, you need to develop and implement processes in your business in order for it to provide any freedom for you.
And in this video, I'm issuing a challenge to find four areas of your business where you begin to look at it and think differently!
So many entrepreneurs know what they're supposed to, but actually doing it is entirely another story. How do you get the courage to move forward and actually feel confident? Well, the answer might be a little more basic than you think.
We hear all the time that as entrepreneurs we're supposed to find a mentor.
Well, it's one of those things that is easier said than done, and something I get questions about constantly.
There's one thing that I talk about that is EXTREMELY important when it comes to finding a mentor and what they'll be looking for you to do before working with them. You'll need to watch to find out what that is!
Let's be honest, getting everything done as an entrepreneur isn't easy.
And although you may feel like your to-do list is never ending, there are ways to get more done, and make it much less stressful.
You have a great idea for a business, and you think it's absolutely brilliant. But then you get super terrified that if you talk to ANYONE, they're going to run with your idea and it's gone forever.
So I've seen customers actually go away and develop something for YEARS, only to finally get a perfect item to market to discover that it's not what their customers want. And they can't sell it.
Don't make that mistake, and in this video, you'll learn how to avoid it.
It's been a while, and I'm discussing why stressing over our passion can sometimes lead us down the wrong path.
Instead of worrying about what you're passionate about, it could be more beneficial to ask yourself four important questions instead.
Many people believe that running out of money is usually the reason for a business failing. But that's not necessarily true. If you actually take a step back, you'll find the answer, and that's what we're discussing in this week's episode.
Many companies follow the lead of large corporations and hide behind their brand. However, if you've ever noticed when crisis occurs, that's when the large corporations decide to be human. This is a huge mistake and one that you should avoid, especially as you're building and growing.
In today's episode of Think Like An Entrepreneur Thursday, we discuss the importance of being human, and how you can embrace live video to build strong relationships and raving fans!
Everyone is running Facebook and social ads, but many businesses are getting frustrated because they're not getting the results they hoped for. In this episode, we talk about what you need for the basics outside of just the ad. There's so much more than just running an ad and hoping someone will like your business. If you need specific help with your ads, please schedule a 15-minute consult with us! https://calendly.com/erin-smith/freec...
We're recording a live video over on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/thestartersclub) - every single weekday in November, focusing on business fundamentals. Be sure to like our page and watch with us! This episode focuses on Content Marketing and 5 ways to come up with content for days.
Get on the list, and we'll send you info when we open our next challenge!