Apr 09, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
So you started your business. Your dreams have come true. You are an entrepreneur. You have freed yourself from the chains of 9 to 5. You are master of your destiny. There is just one problem. You feel completely, totally lost . Now what? I'm a new entrepreneur but I have no idea what I'm doing 1. Remember your goal 2. Ask for help 3. Don't skip the steps 4. Focus on one thing 5. Relax Sure, having your own business is great, but it's easy to feel overwhelmed with all the tasks you have to do, most of which have never been done before. You never realized how difficult it is to hire people, manage employees, market a business, compete with other businesses with more resources and experience, and deal with feedback customer negatives, among other uncomfortable situations. In short, you just don't know what to do, where to employee email database go or who to call. It reminds me of that old adage, "Be careful what you wish for, because it might come true." »If all you ever wanted was to start your business and now you feel like a total impostor, then don't worry because this is a very common problem among new entrepreneurs. We all say, “I have no idea what I'm doing. And that's okay! Today you'll learn five ways to take back the reins of your business, find your purpose and purpose, and carry on with the same enthusiasm you had when you started. From there, you can grow as an entrepreneur and continue to crush it. Let's go right inside. 1. Remember your goal You wake up, go to your coworking space, open the computer and start working. You pick up the phone and talk to a supplier, you answer customer emails, you negotiate with a business partner, and you discuss new ideas with your employees. The day is over before you know it, and the next day you're back to square one. You might not want to admit it, but if you think about it, you're running in your own mad race. Instead of working for a corporate executive, you work for your employees, customers, and investors (if any). Worse, you work your ass off without the assurance of a healthy paycheck at the end of the month, while in the process you sacrifice your health, your time, your family, and more. What's the point of making so many sacrifices for such a stressful reward? A simple reason: you want to make a dent in the world . To change it, improve it and leave it a little better than when it was born.