April 2013 — Present
The hardest part of starting most tasks is getting over the fear of wasting time, money, and fear of failure. We live in a world where you are not allowed to make mistakes. But seeing as pencils are made with erasers on the opposite end it tells me two things: 1) mistakes should be anticipated and, 2) as long as you correct the mistake and keep going, you're on the right path. We are taught very early in our development that if you try something and it doesn't work; move on and try something else. Unfortunately, owning a business, much like life, is not that cut and dry. We rarely hear of the pitfalls while someone is making them, especially in business.
This blog is a construction zone which means, I'm not an authority. Clearly!! I've broken bones and I’m here to tell you, if you’re lucky, you will have the chance to break some bones too. My goal is to limit the number of bones you break with brutal honest (@300 words) using personal stories, current events, or lyrics to a song to help you in your journey. Daily tweets @HowToFailAtBiz.