The Best Way To Get Out Of The 9 to 5 RAT RACE Is to Start Your OWN BUSINESS.

Stay Focused.

Many first-time entrepreneurs feel the need to jump at every "opportunity" they come across.
Focus on building your First Business. When it is up and running successfully, and you have learned the ins and outs of the entrepreneur's life, you can then grow another business faster because you know what works and what doesn't.

If you decide to reach out to a business coach, be sure to investigate and see what they have actually accomplished. It seems like everybody nowadays is a Social Media Marketing Expert, but they have 200 Likes or 25 Followers. What have they completed or accomplished with their own businesses and brands.

Once you find one you are comfortable with, Please Listen and follow their directions. I am a Social Media Expert & a Business Coach, and I have learned how to build successful businesses online.

I have built a social media following of over 5 Million and I can help you get your business Visible. 

Enroll Into My VIP Coaching Program and get my six-figure online business blueprint.

My Goal is to try to prevent you from making the mistakes I made, therefore you will see results faster.

Find successful, knowledgeable individuals with whom you share common interests and mutual business goals that see value in working with you for the long-term.

Do what you love. 

Businesses built around your strengths and talents will have a greater chance of success. 

Manage your Money Wisely.

Watch every dollar and double check every expense. Maintain a low overhead, and manage your cash flow effectively.

There is No Perfect Plan in Business.

The most important thing you can do is learn from your mistakes, and never make the same mistake twice.

Demonstrate your worth before seeking investment. If your concept is successful, your chances of raising capital from investors will dramatically improve. 

***I personally bootstrapped all of my businesses.****

Entrepreneurship is a lifestyle, not a 9-to-5 profession. Take Care of yourself and be healthy. Do Not overwork yourself.

Know when to call it quits. 

Know when it's time to walk away. If your first idea doesn't work out, reflect on what went wrong and the mistakes that were made. Try again with another business.

Failure is inevitable, but a true entrepreneur will prevail over adversity.