Entrepreneurship Advice from Lauren Berger.
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.
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:
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.
I understand what it means to have a stressful work day; to look at project and think that it’s never going to get done.Whenever I’m feeling down or overwhelmed with a project, I repeat this Nelson Mandela quote in my head…over and over again.
In my new book, Welcome to the Real World, I talk about the importance of waking up early and how I’ve changed my habits — and now feel so much more accomplished by doing so. If you are an entrepreneur, I highly suggest waking up a bit earlier than you are used to.
Working out has always been a struggle for me.A big part of my business is my speaking career and I’m constantly flying all over the place and often taking red eye flights.
This is a guest post by Intern Queen Alumni Ambassador Jeanette Bravo.Jeanette is a 2012 graduate of Arizona State University and the Founder of Sew Sorority.
Since before I started my business in 2009 I’ve been a big believer in reaching out to people to ask for help, guidance, or advice.Up until recently, I never had a mentor or anyone who really “paved the way” for me as a young 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.
Let me preface this blog by saying, I’ve only had employees for two and a half years.I still only have a handful of employees so I’m still trying to mastermind how to handle employee evaluations in the best possible way.