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If you’ve been thinking about starting a business for a while now, you’ve likely come up with some reasons on why you can’t do it right now. Being scared to start a business is perfectly justified. Being a successful entrepreneur is hard and if you want to be a success, you have to go all in. That means taking a leap of faith and trusting that everything will work out.Below are some of the most common excuses we hear from people on why they can’t start a business. Are these excuses holding you back from living the life you want to live?
Here we are about 4 months after I quit my corporate job of 15 years!This transition has been one of the biggest changes in my life. I’m not going to lie and tell you that running your own business is easy. I might even say it’s more stressful than a normal job but I believe the pros outweigh the cons.
A lot of people in the “online world” find networking difficult, ourselves included. You might not necessarily like going to in-person events or getting in front of a lot of people. When you’re an introvert, it can be hard to network and promote your business, but building a network is essential if you want your business to grow. Today, we’re going to talk about different ways to network when you’re an introvert.
If you are running a local business, one of the hardest things to do is get your name out there. This can be especially difficult if you’re in a really saturated market, for example, Philadelphia, where we are. This post will go over 4 things that you can do to help gain recognition in your local area.
Over the years, we’ve invested in a lot of different things for our business, but by far, the best investment we’ve made was photography. When we decided to rebrand our company back in 2016, we spent $400 to hire professional photographers to take brand photos. These are photos that we use on our website, social
This is a guest post by Lexie Lu of Design Roast. Seasonal branding is one of those things that businesses don’t always think about until the holidays are almost here. For most businesses, seasonal spikes are normal, but you can take advantage of those spikes to up your annual revenue each year, learning from successes
The rise of social media has a lot of business owners questioning if they really need a website. The answer: Heck yes! While social media is a great way to promote your business, your website is still your best online marketing tool. Here are some reasons why your business needs to have a website. You
Have you tried to design your website with systems like Wix or Squarespace and just gave up? If so, it’s okay. Simply put creating a website is hard work. Businesses that do not have a professionally created website risk losing potential customers. Below are 5 things a Professional Web Designer/Developer Can Do to help save you time & money.
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