Why did you become an Entrepreneur?

The definition of an entrepreneur: A person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so. Everyone has their own reasons, for choosing their dreams over a nine to five. The question of the hour is Why did you become an Entrepreneur?

You could have settled for less, but you wanted extraordinary. By answering this question, you will start a ripple of change in the way we conduct business, cultivate ideas, and change the lives of many.

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”- Lao Tzu

We are looking forward to hearing from you!

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Join My Young Entrepreneurs Network

The reason why I created this network, is to share with you million dollar worthy nuggets that have helped me in learning how to develop my first successful business idea, now turned into an up and coming company. I believe that the world is one big melting pot, filled with so many young entrepreneurs from different walks of life with the hopes of fulfilling the American Dream. However, what is the American Dream?  They are so many companies big or small with amazing ideas, but yet no one will ever know about them. The American Dream is not supposed to be the x that marks the spot, it’s the hard work that you put in every day. Are you willing to stay up late? Are you willing to be the first one in the strategy room and the last one to leave? If you’re not willing to commit your complete self to a new project, idea, or concept, the future investors or partners will not be willing to commit to you.

Success is like a magnet, money attracts money, and blood sweat and tears attract help from potential partners that are just waiting to hear your idea. Never let your own personal fears get in the way of you making a difference in the world you live in. Keep the faith and don’t quit! Along the way, you can take free courses on how to start a business and you will get all of these resources on this network.  The more you know, the better prepared you will be going into the industry of brick and mortar and e-commerce.

Here is some advice about young entrepreneurs & how to cross the start line from Kevin O’Leary who is the straightforward shark on NBC’s “Shark Tank”.

Thank you so much and Welcome to The Young Entrepreneurs Network!

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How To Turn Your Personal Limitations Into A Money Making Business

Starting a business is like stepping on a tightrope, while at the same time you’re just hoping you wouldn’t collapse. This might sound nerve racking, but if you don’t know what to expect, how will create a strategy to crossing the tightrope safely? This is the goal folks! For the past four years, small businesses have kept our economy afloat. Least we forget that some of the household designer names we love so much were once small businesses too. On my blog, I usually talk about health tips, food, fashion suggestions, and other subjects; however, I like to think we all have different sides to us, so let’s combine everything that makes us retweet, snapchat, and share to develop strategies to grow our own brands.

 

Honestly, most of the products I feature were created from small businesses, who offer priceless keepsake items that you can wear year round. Every girl has their favorite boutique, but my favorite place to expand my jewelry collection and stay on a budget is Etsy!!!! I have seen so many skin care products and wore some of the cuties jewelry pieces that you wouldn’t find in your typical department store right from Etsy. Other than the glitz and glamour, I learned the true secret of “How To Turn Your Personal Limitations Into A Money Making Business.” The secret ingredient to a successful e-commerce business is drive and having a passion to fulfill a need.

 

If you look at the history of businesses, Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerburg were all entrepreneurs. They started from the bottom, and I’m pretty sure they had to use every criticism, and negative fan fair to fuel their passion to making the lives of many people easier and bringing families together through the World Wide Web. You never know who will be the next major entrepreneur, so if you see potential in someone, nurture them and encourage their ideas. The gift of a friend is everlasting, so search and search until you find that diamond in the rough.

 

Fire Polish Sparkle Rosary: (Curlee Birdees)

 

 

Stay tuned for a SURPRISE Giveaway!!

 

 

Here is my presentation for Curlee Birdees:

 

 

The Magic Behind Curlee Birdees:

“I learned to make rosaries in high school for a play we were putting on and continued to make them while I was in the military. Now I make them to help relax and deal with my PTSD and seizures related to my time in service. It’s a coping skill I’ve developed over time, and if making rosaries can help me in my daily life, I thought someone may want one to help in their own lives. Feel free to message me any questions!

As the years have gone by since opening my little shop, I’ve learned new skills and crafts I now use as coping mechanisms. As I learn and create new things, they will start showing up in the shop. The latest updates include my rosaries, vinyl designs, and crochet. I’ll also offer some craft supplies that I haven’t used as well.”-Casey Curlee

 

This is her story and the story of many individuals suffering from PTSD. Casey didn’t let her personal limitations get in the way of her, instead, she creates jewelry pieces to bring joy to many consumers, including myself.

 

To Purchase more her jewelry designs:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/CurleeBirdees

Spread your wings like a Butterfly, and flutter through the sky.

 

XoXo,

Danna