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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.
You probably know that I’m all about the hand-written thank you noteBut what happens when you received a gift a few weeks/months back and you still haven’t written the thank you note?
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.
I'm always learning lessons the hard way.Usually, I mess up - and that's how I learn. Ugh. Hopefully, this will help when writing internal thank you notes at work.
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.
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.
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?”
I started Internqueen.com back in 2009 and it wasn’t easy.
In writing this blog, I wanted to challenge myself to think about the best advice I’ve ever been given.In my opinion, the best advice just sort of sticks with you – you don’t have to think about too much.
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.