Posts in Entrepreneur Journal
Entrepreneur Journal #4: How I Dealt with Poor Sleep & Exhaustion

This is the story of how I dealt with poor sleep and exhaustion. If you're feeling lost  going through the same thing in your entrepreneurial journey. Know that it is possible to change your habits, improve your sleep and your life. 

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The Entrepreneur Journal #3: Shit Happens

Shit happens when we least expect it. That's just how life is. It takes you by surprise and the only way to overcome it is to find a way to deal with it. And try to stay positive when everything around you seems to be going down in flames.

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Month in Review: October

One of the ways I came up with boosting my energy at the end of a full month is to go through everything I've been up to. The idea is to summarize the highlights of the month in an attempt to keep track of my progress and to prove to myself that despite my exhaustion I have created something. It's an exercise, I dare to say, you should try it yourself.

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One Day A Week Is All It Takes: Creating Viral Content, Building a Virtual Team & the Importance of a Personal Brand

Today in One Day a Week Is all it Takes:  How to craft viral content and how to build your virtual team and personal brand.

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The Entrepreneur Journal #2: Mistakes that Impacted my Sales this Spring

For the past few years, I've been running a small handmade business. It started as a hobby, but over time it grew in an opportunity for growth and a second source of income. I have just finished the first selling season of this year, and drawing the line, I found I made 4 big mistakes. I'm sharing those with you, hoping it will help you in your business in this new episode of Entrepreneur Journal.

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The Entrepreneur Journal #1: What I Learned as a Handmade Business Owner about Digital Marketing

In my 9 years of running my own handmade business, I was hands-on with my marketing. Sure, there are hurdles with that, but the best thing is that I can put to test all kinds of marketing truths and see which actually works. After all this time, now drawing the line, I find I learned a few very important marketing lessons. 

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