Entrepreneurship Advice from Lauren Berger.
Everyone is always asking about my travel essentials, and sometimes it varies from trip to trip.I’ve been on the road for two weeks this time around – and each stop has been on the east coast with somewhat warm or rainy weather. My travel essentials really depend on the purpose of the trip – this trip was for business but we had some downtime, some vacation time, and some friend time wrapped into 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:
Everyone always asks, "how do you do what you do?"I thought about that question this morning and tried to breakdown exactly how I do what I do and how I make things happen.
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.
Some people think that because I run my own business I really never have to work.Although some days I wish that were the truth – it’s actually harder for me to take a day of work than for someone who works for someone else.
I didn’t know what to write for this week’s entrepreneurial post so I googled “biggest fears of entrepreneurs” and I found an article by Entrepeneur.com called “3 Fears that Haunt the Entrepreneurial Journey”.I think the writer, Michael Jacobs , is probably spot on.
I rarely discuss my personal life on this blog but I thought it was important to write a post on how to manage a relationship and running your own business and your career. I'm no relationship expert (let's make that very clear) but here are a few ways I manage to make the two work:
We all look forward to Friday’s. Who doesn’t love the weekend?! The work is filled with endless tasks and deadlines. I’m ready to catch up on rest by the time Friday comes. Then Sunday approaches, I often ask myself, “Where did time go?”
I often get asked the things people need to know before starting a business. Here is what I came up with on the fly. Do you think differently?
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: