Recently, a friend was asking about entrepreneurial endeavors I’d tried over the years, and I realized it’d be fun to enumerate them and reflect on lessons learned. From starting a business, talking to customers, finding solutions, and working to build a sustainable business — every part of the entrepreneurial journey is a learning experience. Here […]So Many Tries, So Many Entrepreneurial Failures — David Cummings on Startups
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1. They do what they enjoy. What you get out of your business in the form of personal satisfaction, financial gain, stability and enjoyment will be the sum of what you put into your business. So if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, in all likelihood it’s safe to assume that will be reflected in the success […]
It’s funny when you think you know your calling in life, then an unexpected turn of events reveals your true purpose. For Ayana Taylor Kinnel it was an internship and a rally that changed everything. Kinnel, 32, grew up knowing without a doubt that she wanted to be a writer. She got a bachelor’s degree in English from Tougaloo College and went into print journalism. Then in 2005 while interning for the Jackson Free Press, she helped plan and coordinate a political rally. “When we did the rally I knew what my true calling was,” she says. Kinnel got caught up in Continue reading Written in the Flowers