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Here’s Why It’s Okay to be a Vulnerable Entrepreneur

Here’s Why It’s Okay to be a Vulnerable Entrepreneur

Today, I want to ask you an important question. How are you? Okay, maybe I should rephrase that: How are you when the going gets tough? The reason why I’m asking you this question is because it’s very easy to say things are doing well when, well, everything’s going great. Maybe you were able to […]

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Why You Need to Fire Yourself

Why You Need to Fire Yourself

Whether you’ve been in the biz for a long time or if you just started, the reality about building a brand, especially if you’re trying to do it on the side or as full-time business owner and entrepreneur rising into that CEO level, is that it always isn’t so glamorous. Don’t let the pretty photos […]

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What are Triggers and Why You Need Them

What are Triggers and Why You Need Them

What triggers you? If you ask around, you may already know that the word trigger has a very negative connotation. It’s that’s not really the case. There’s this one book titled The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell. If you haven’t read it, it’s about looking at how various phenomena in society creates a viral brand. […]

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Why Your Ideal Clients Aren’t So Ideal

Why Your Ideal Clients Aren’t So Ideal

What does building a brand look like to you? For the most part, I’d hear answers like aesthetics, building networks, and creating a product or service, just to name a few. But here’s the problem: what happens when your client isn’t who you think they’d be? You see, all those things I’ve mentioned earlier will […]

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5 Ways Competition Helps Your Business

5 Ways Competition Helps Your Business

For people like you and me, competition is a normal part of life. As entrepreneurs and business owners, we often have to examine and look out for new rivals in order to keep business running. But sometimes, we all have those days where we feel beat down because you feel like they have everything and […]

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5 Ways to Deal with Failure as an Entrepreneur

5 Ways to Deal with Failure as an Entrepreneur

Just like success, failure is universal.  There have been many people before you and me that have failed countless times and even then, we still make our mistakes here and there. The problem is that the majority of people look at failure in a negative light when it really shouldn’t be.  If you haven’t read […]

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