As a lifestyle entrepreneur, when your to-do list is jammed packed and your stack of stuff is piled to the ceiling, the first items that usually get cut are from your personal life. Yet this approach is the exact opposite of what you should do…both for your business and personal life.
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Almost 10 years ago I started a home-based business called Live It Forward. It took three years of on-the-side hustle—15 to 20 hours a week—before I was able to quit my full-time job and give 100 percent focus to my lifestyle business. It took another 18 months of full-time hustle before it became clear that Live It Forward was going to make it on its own and become an actual business success. I’ve never stopped hustling and Live It Forward has grown in revenue every year except one.
People often ask me if there is a secret behind the success of Live It Forward. I’m not sure about any secrets, but there are some similarities between the business success of Live It Forward and the success experienced by other lifestyle entrepreneurs. In fact, here are three critical ingredients for experiencing success in any home-based business.
Starting a home-based business can feel overwhelming. It certainly did to me when I first started. But it doesn’t have to be so overwhelming that it keeps you on the sidelines. Whether you’re starting a service-oriented business like personal training, tutoring, or concierge services, an online business such as being a Virtual Assistant, or partnering with a direct sales company like Mary Kay, here are five things you must know to successful launch into your home-based business.
If you’re an entrepreneur or a direct sales professional, networking is as beneficial to your business as breathing is to your lungs. Here’s why…