Overcoming the 6 Biggest Fears of Business Ownership

  1. Sailing the Ship Alone

I’m sure you have seen the Honest cleaning products in recent commercials, but did you know Jessica Alba, famous actress, founded it? During the 2015 Forbes Women Summit Jessica commented on how people saw her as only being capable of acting or endorsing products, not creating them when she said, “It took three and a half years of condescending nods and pats on the back of ‘good luck,’ or ‘go back to endorsing things’ or ‘go do a perfume’.” Had she decided to rely on any fear-based assumptions that she wouldn’t be successful because of non-support, she probably wouldn’t now own a billion dollar company. What she did do was seek out business people and manufacturers that could help make her dream come true.

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Step Up Your Business Through Delegation

Have you ever thought that if it’s going to be done right, then you have to do it yourself? There is not enough time in the day to accomplish everything that needs to be done when taking your business to the next level.

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Exploring the Possibilities of being a Woman-Owned Business

There are approximately 11.3 million businesses in the United States owned by women generating over One trillion dollars annually. These businesses are credited with providing over 9 million jobs and make up 38% of the business population, yet on average, women start their business with half as much capital as men. Despite access to capital challenges, women do more with less.

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4 Resolutions for 4 Concerns of Business Owners in 2017

“The object of a new year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul.”
— G.K. Chesterton

Every business owner knows the joy of being in business for oneself, and every business owner knows the pain of being in business for oneself. Business owners give up much of their family and vacation time to operate their business. Most of their money is tied up in the business, and business owners often physically and mentally exhaust themselves by performing multiple job functions while they accept it as the norm.

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