So you just decided to start a business. Your side hustle.
Your own little piece of the entrepreneurial pie.
You get all excited about the possibilities.
I could design website templates for people on a budget!
I could create travel guides and videos for top destinations around the world! eek!
I could create meal plans for those on a fitness journey!
Then you start thinking about the details.
I need a website.
I need a logo.
I need brand colors.
I need a brand.
Then the overwhelm sets in....
Today I'm starting a new series called #StartSmallStartSmart inspired by the mini lessons I seem apt to write on Instagram.
Today's lesson was inspired by a podcast I recently heard by Ms. Myleik Teele (founder of Curl Box), in which she said that the #1 rule of entrepreneurship is to Find the Problem. Then Solve It...
You know what phrase I really hate?
Whether you’re talking about a relationship, “but what do you mean you’re not ready for a relationship?”It’s complicated.
Or trying to figure out how to run a business “But how can a CTA help with the know, like & trust factor plus get you your ROI?”
Actually that one just sounds complicated.
So I’m willing to bet that if you’re reading this you carry some form of debt.
Whether that be credit cards, a car note, or immense student debt like myself - some form of debt is hanging over your head and you want a way to to take hold of it and put it in it’s place (i.e. a place that is no longer funded by your bank account).
But debt isn’t something that goes away over night. Instead it is something that we have to make a conscious effort to master and get rid of. And that usually requires time. Lot’s and lot's of time. Years. Decades. Or even half a century (like it can seem or even truly be sometimes).
But what if you could maximize on the time that you already have...