I haven’t done a list post like this in such a long time! I’ve been chatting with a few fellow businesswomen about how we turn our business, and it got me thinking, why not share with you too!? And, that’s how this post was born. I’m going to write down every tool I use to run my business and as you’ll shortly realize it really isn’t that much.
I tend to write more technical, business strategy focused posts. However, there is a lot more to running a successful business than a good website, or social media campaigns. I’m a firm believer that mindset is too. As the title of this posts suggests, I want to talk about what it’s like being a depressed entrepreneur.
I don’t believe we talk openly enough about what it’s actually like being an entrepreneur (or a business owner) as a community. That’s why today, I want to just lay it all out. Being open and transparent about what it’s like can help the collective community cope with their own journeys better. Let’s face it, the journey is a cocktail full of all kinds of emotion.
Not everyone should be hiring a web designer; I’ve said this many times before. There are a few very crucial reasons not to hire a web designer that I wanna dive into right away. After all, I did make a very bold statement just now.
Believe it or not, websites are not all made equal. Many people don’t realize this. Often times, a client is prescriptive in what they want and a designer obliges with some creative suggestions. But that approach is 100% wrong; let me tell you why I don’t actually sell websites.
My personal growth challenge for the year 2018 is to read 1 – 2 books a month. I am going to aim hard for 24 books. I find that it is not super hard to do as long as Instagram and Solitaire are uninstalled on my phone. Here is a quick list of these books and a brief review of each.