Those who have had to struggle in life generally make excellent, successful business owners. Do you wonder why that is? When you’ve struggled in life, you learn a lot about who you are, and what you’re made of. These life lessons translate exceptionally well to business. Those who have experienced struggle know how to hustle. They have a sense of urgency in everything they do. One business owner put it
Many people dream of starting their own business, but deciding to become an entrepreneur is just the start of your journey. You know you want your own business and want control of your own fate, but you’re not sure exactly what it is you should do, sound familiar? By answering the following few questions, you can narrow down your choices and find your place in an entrepreneur world. What are
Being in business means that at some point in time you are going to have to deal with some form of criticism, in fact in Australia we call this tall poppy syndrome, the more successful you become the more some people try to bring you down. The right time of criticism can be extremely helpful and help push you to become better than you ever thought you could be. But
Up to 93% of our daily communication is non-verbal, this is why some people have so much trouble communicating effectively with the written word. When writing the reader misses out on so many hints as to what the person means when they cannot see the body language. Conversely, you can also hide a lot of things from the reader when body language isn’t an issue, such as fear or nerves.