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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 started Internqueen.com back in 2009 and it wasn’t easy.
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’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.
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.
Just because I’m a career and internship expert by trade, doesn’t mean I’m good at everything – not even close.
A close friend of mine, Diem Brown, who passed away last year once told me that if I wrote a book describing how I create my own hustle, she’d be the first to buy it.
I’m big on transparency and have no problem sharing our Intern Queen keys to success with all of you, after all, we have to learn from each other, right?
I really believe that the better I schedule and manage my time, the more results I’ll see. If I can successfully schedule my life (personally and professionally), I can meet my goals.
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?”