There’s a saying in Martial Arts, “The black belt has tapped more times than the white belt has ever stepped foot on the mat“.
It takes a little while to get used to the feelings of being on your own, which come discreetly packaged within the entrepreneurial path.
Entrepreneurship can be an exciting journey with quick learning of many useful crafts; but most who’ve experienced it, know how tough balancing everything can be.
Especially for entrepreneurs today, with so many different hats to wear, I’ve realized failure is not only to be expected; but more so, to be accepted.
Over the past several years, I’ve been fortune enough as an entrepreneur to fail many different times, doing many different things.
Throughout the journey, I’ve not only learned and experienced enough to build a great company from ground up and stay profitable for 7 years, but I’ve also helped many others with their businesses development and marketing needs.
That’s why one of my chief aims now is to deliver real practical value to those who need a hand developing their business and crafting an effective marketing strategy.