I recently stumbled across this story about a kid who literally was walking 10 miles through snow and ice to get to a job interview to earn minimum wage. Now most of us would find that unbelievable and would think that person is crazy for going through all that trouble just to get a job at Dairy Queen. What that tells me is that kid is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. He didn't have enough money to catch the bus, and I would also guess that this young man isn't on social media either. Had he been, he may have tried to network with friends and family to locate himself a job that was closer to home. However this story has a silver lining.
What are you willing to do to help yourself grow or start your own business? Would you go door to door to ensure you have publicity? Did you know that Jason at Peak Mindset helps people just like the gentleman in the story everyday? Leave your comments below on this story.
Creating a logo can be tough and trust us we know. Peak Mindset Coaching has helped dozens of small businesses create logos and we have had several logo renovations ourselves. This is a very helpful infographic on the color psychology in logo design. So if you are about to start a new endeavor or possibly wanting to revamp your company image, this will assist you.
We have Mondays and the first day of twelve months to signal a beginning. I can relate to these times as a fresh start to begin working towards a goal. It's only October and I would be willing to bet that when it comes to a healthier lifestyle, someone, somewhere is planning to make a change January 1, 2013 – the traditional New Year resolution. Really? Why not start today, right now, to do something you know will improve your quality of life?
It’s a great time to be an entrepreneur—in the last decade, technology has leveled the playing field and propelled an entrepreneurial revolution. As an entrepreneur, you now have more access to information that enables you to make more intelligent choices more quickly. You have an advantage over big businesses in that you’re lighter, more flexible, and faster on your feet. You can target new markets more quickly, and you can turn on a dime.
But being a successful entrepreneur requires that you look at the big picture and follow a plan through from beginning to end. Rieva Lesonsky, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine gives some practical guidelines that can help you when beginning your own enterprise: