Entrepreneurship Advice from Lauren Berger.
When I look back at all of the sales that I made (and my team made) in the month of January, I’m going to immediately want to understand the story of my sales.
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.
In a world that’s always so busy, how do you relax? I love reading about the ways that other people relax and trying to work them into my own lifestyle.
We all have our first business trip for work at one point or another.Since I’m on the road and “in the sky” more often than not, I’ve learned a few things over the years. Here are my rules and what keeps me sane while traveling for work.
Are you passionate about starting your own business and entering the world of entrepreneurship?When I started Intern Queen in 2009, I was full of passion, but a bit unaware of the roadblocks I might face along the way.
I had dinner this past week with two friends who are also entrepreneurs in different industries and run their own businesses. Over food, I found myself sharing the biggest lessons I’d learned from 2016.
I’ve been running Intern Queen for 7 years and it hasn’t been an easy experience. Over the weekend, I sat on a panel at a Women and Technology event.
Yes, my life is consumed with travel. If I’m in town for more than 8 days at a time, it’s a triumph! I’m usually on the go for a mix of work and personal events.
Intern Queen Inc. now has 5 employees which is incredibly hard to believe.When I first started Intern Queen full-time in 2009, I was worried about paying my own bills and never would have thought I’d enable others to pay their bills.