Every start-up company is unique, but they will encounter many of the same challenges and obstacles. I have worked with many types of entrepreneurs in the start-up stage. Based on my work with these entrepreneurs, the five following things emerged as those that every start-up must consider.
Follow the Advice of those who have gone ahead of you and it can save you time, money, and hardship when getting your business off the ground. Early stage start-ups need to address critical aspects of the business including structure, documentation, intellectual property, terms, and focus.
By Guest Author: Harrison Thorne Originally Published on LinkedIn
There is an overwhelming amount of literature on habits. Every author seems to have a different perspective, but most seem to agree that habits cannot be “broken.” Rather, they must be replaced.
A lot of people have the habit of multitasking, checking social media, and becoming distracted. If this is you, read on!
As I have mentioned before, most people can get 80% of their work done using only 20% of their efforts. For instance, I have to read a dense section on wills and trusts law this morning. This reading will take me about one hour. However, before I replaced my social media/multitasking habit with deep, productive work habits, the reading might have taken me three hours. I might have read five pages, checked Facebook, texted a friend, read another page, browsed my inbox, etc.
Author: Aimee Haynes
I motivate, I blog, I listen, I give advice, I help, I create, I work with others, I stand my ground when needed, and I am always open to new ideas. In addition to the qualities that define me most, I'm also a Corporate Law attorney working with entrepreneurs, creatives, and small businesses to help them achieve success.