My biggest lesson has been to not let imposter syndrome take over your ability to grow and prosper. Our biggest critics are ourselves and part of being an entrepreneur is to push past the hard and uncomfortable parts of business. Additionally having good systems in place is fundamental to ensure smooth operations.
After suffering corporate burnout I knew I needed to change my work/life balance. I knew that in the post-COVID-19 epidemic, there was a huge ability to transition to a work-from-home environment. Additionally listening to people talk about how they had no passion for doing the much-needed tasks such as admin as they were not money-making activities for their business combined with my administration background led me to identify a need for small to medium businesses to delegate and outsource.
Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire and be the energy you want to attract.
My advice would be to do your research on your industry and put in place systems and process that will benefit your business. Document everything that you do and allow yourself to draw resources from different sources. Don’t be afraid to delegate where it makes sense. Be inspired by industry colleagues but don’t compare yourself. Run your own race at your own pace.
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