Entrepreneurship Advice from Lauren Berger.
One of my employees asked me what strategies I use when I pitch myself to brands or companies – which I tend to do quite frequently.I didn’t have a go-to answer as it’s something that I really have to think about.
I started Internqueen.com back in 2009 and it wasn’t easy.
I wasn’t sure exactly what to write about today for an entrepreneurship post so I asked my team if they had any business-related questions for me.A member of our sales team said, “How do you get through the hard days since you started the business from scratch?”
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.
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.
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.
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:
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.
Want to talk about my weaknesses? Okay…here it goes.I can be a monkey.