A few days ago, my 7 year old daughter came home with what I thought was a challenging school project—designing and creating her own game from scratch. Jenna was stumped at first. She came up with a few ideas but then quickly gave up as she found some “glitches” in her plan. This got me thinking about Smart Women and the game of entrepreneurship.
And therein lies the grayscale of Entrepreneurship. The area where people may not have been born natural leaders; they may have been shy, not sociable, “nerdy,” reclusive, etc… but have the potential to become great entrepreneurs once they allow themselves to. Once they believe that they can and will.
There are tons of businesses in existence, but yours must reflect you to truly be successful. Can you connect with your ideal client and tell the story of your business in a way that’s powerful for both you and the listener?
Maybe you want to work online and also make crafts items to sell to local outlets. Well, you can do both with ease when you Work from home. You can create your own online business, or you can Info Product for other online businesses, writing articles, completing surveys, doing data entry, researching – the list is endless.
Are you the kind of person who relishes the role of entrepreneur? Do you love the thrill of victory? Can you handle the agony of defeat? And in either case: Will you try again?
04. Exhibit at a conference or trade fair. This is one quick way to interact and get noticed. People generally look for what they have heard about. All you need do is to be sure that the fair is well-attended and is relevant to your business. You can then device a way to attract people to your stand. The more the number of people you manage to attract to your stand, the better your chances of making a sale. At the very least, even if you are unable to make sales at that particular fair, you would have succeeded to expose your product or service to potential customers.
All business are in sales business. Doctors sell, lawyers sell and even accountants sell. If you are not comfortable with selling, you will have a hard time to adjust to life as an entrepreneur. Sure, you can just hire a few sales people but who will sell the product or service to the sales people in the first place? YOU! So, this is something to get used to.
All of these jobs offer the freedom to work and earn from your own home, and all of them can be had if the person so chooses. Just because a stay at home is expected to keep their focus and energy centered on the kids, doesn’t mean they can’t have a productive and healthy professional career. This is all to say that the days of having only one employment option are gone. This is America, after all, home of opportunity!