If you or someone you care about has struggled to make their “lifestyle business” into anything other than a cash pit, this one’s for you. Here’s a potential reason why – and a solution!
If you’re making the transition from corporate or cubicle work to being your own boss and working for yourself, you’ll need to make some serious mindset shifts.
I’m answering a question about defeating imposter syndrome when you’re starting your first business or doing anything else new and scary.
After my event in Prague, I’ve had some amazing entrepreneur insights. In this post, I’m talking about the importance of thinking about our market in the right way, the right and wrong audience, and different marketing approaches.
Us ENFPs, well, we want to help everyone. We’re also optimists, so as an ENFP you’re more likely to look for the good or focus on the best case and start chasing bad clients and end up with disastrous consequences…
ENFPs must do things differently if we want to avoid struggling in the future (or the present for that matter!). There are few bigger struggles for the ENFP than “Where should I focus my business?”
I keep hearing this from my fellow ENFPs and INFPs, especially from aspiring Entrepreneurs. I also hear it from Freelancers and Coaches who want to do big things…
Matt Astifan joins me to discuss two of my favourite strategies for growing your business, meeting great people, and having a ton of fun along the way.