Today's #WisdomWednesday can be classified as common sense. But we all know, common sense isn't common anymore. As a business owner when YOU don't believe in your product, skills or service, you come across as a scam artist and hustler looking to make a quick buck and not someone who wants to legitimately build their business. Besides if you don't believe in your business, product or service, why should I? So Believe in yourself! Really believe in yourself. Really believe in the abilities and talents that God has gifted and placed inside you. Talk to yourself out loud. Tell yourself how awesome you are. Go the extra mile and show yourself how talented you are. And when you are busy believing in your abilities and putting in the extra effort to impress yourself, you'll impress your clients. Your clients will be so impressed that they'll tell others. And the best referrals comes from a client who believes in you and your business -KMJEsq
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If you have been thinking about starting your own business, but you have not found any helpful information, here is some information on how to make that first step.1. Decide what type you want to start. You may want to ask your family & friends the type of venture you should start. But, some of the suggestions you may receive may not be the best and right answer you. Deciding what type of venture you want to start means thinking about the things you want to do and the things you are good at. Ask yourself these questions:
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