Every day I work hard to scale my business, captain the ship, and empower my team.
Entrepreneurship can definitely be a "learn-as-you-go" career path.I've made my fair share of mistakes, but I've also succeeded in huge ways – and I've learned a lot just from experience. These are a few of the most important things that I have learned as an entrepreneur:
Before I became an entrepreneur I assumed several things.And those assumptions couldn't have been further from reality. While these assumptions sound pretty negative, my first boss told me that you should NEVER assume anything.
When I read the title of this blog out loud my initial response is, “I don’t stay healthy on the road.”But then I realize that I need to give myself more credit. When I think about my business and personal travel, I — more often than not — have my health on my mind.
Asking for a raise would be easier if you knew what was going on in your boss’s mind.When you ask for a raise or when it’s time for your boss to determine if you get a raise, these are the 10 questions they will ask themselves when considering if you deserve it.
I'm often asked how I manage myself as a CEO and Entrepreneur. Here are the ways that I manage myself and make sure I get things done:
Graduation is only about a month away. Just because you are an adult doesn’t mean you still don’t need your parents help.Here are a few things you should discuss with your parents before you walk across the stage:
You are in your late twenties. You just got fired, It's awful - I know.Read my advice on how to deal.
My business never failed. Intern Queen Inc. is alive, well, and growing. However, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t had ideas fail, projects fail, business plans fail – it doesn’t mean that I haven’t faced failure.