Assuming you’ve already taken your leap, and you have a product or service you’re selling, now it’s time to build your business. I’d first like
Being an entrepreneur is not something you do, it is something you are. And it is very messy. There is no perfect way to start
Once you have employees, it’s vital you stay connected. One of the most common mistakes entrepreneurs make is assuming that everyone knows what’s going on.
The last of the nine stages to build your business that I teach in Entrepreneurial Leap is continuing to capitalize on coaching, training, and mentoring. The value of a
https://youtu.be/oYeMGHhxv3I Dan Israel, the CEO of Asphalt Specialists, Inc., discusses the importance of finding the right people to support you and your entrepreneurial leap. Dan’s
My biggest fear in writing Entrepreneurial Leap is making things too simple for you. By removing so many obstacles for you, you might grow bigger