We all know words have power.
There are many words we use to describe ourselves and events that unfold in our entrepreneurial journeys, like our successes and failures.
Some words require redefinition in order for you, as a business owner, to see yourself and your business outlook differently.
Check out this article which will teach you new ways to reframe everyday words.
What maintains the direction of your business?
Is it your financials? Hitting every step in your business plan? Your team?
All of that matters greatly to sustaining your business operations.
What holds all that together are your principles. And it's important to understand your WHY before you engage in WHAT you're doing.
Your brand is one of the most crucial components of your business.
It sets the tone for how your business appears to potential clients and customers, so it's vital that you get your messaging and imagery just right.
That's why we want to teach you how to showcase your brand personality! From designing your logo to picking the right fonts and colors, we want to help you design a brand that fits you and your business!
Check out our YouTube video series on how to design a brand in Canva! The presentation is also linked below.
What are the fundamentals of launching a startup?
If you're thinking about starting your own business or launching an enterprise of some sort, you'll need to know the basics.
Is your business idea the right solution for someone's problem? What value does your business hold to a customer/client?
Well, basic startup methodology is key. So start here with this free training!
Click the 'Learn More' button below and sign up to get started!
Learn How to Write Your Business Plan
Business planning is the foundation of your enterprise.
Some people say write the vision and make it plain, which is why it's important to learn how to develop an effective business plan.
Your business strategy will change often, so keeping track of where you started is important!
Learn how to write a business plan with a template. Follow the link below for samples!
How do you know if you're a small business owner or a micro business owner? Solopreneurs, freelancers, side hustlers, and business owners in any industry employing fewer than nine people would qualify as micro business owners.
As such, it's good to know what the difference is in order to run your business efficiently.