“What do you want to be when you grow up?“ Harold always answered the same way — architect. From the time he was 6 years old, being an architect was all Harold wanted to do. He drew plans, made models, and took pictures of buildings.
How did your get you where you are right now? What led to this moment in your career? Getting clear on your history can help you better map out your future. I’ve found that a lot of folks, who are struggling with mapping out a story for their new home-based business, can get a handle… Continue reading Explore Your History to Move Your Dream Forward
No, I meant “cereal,” not “serial.” Though I do tend to stretch the rules of grammar in order to get my point across, even I wouldn’t make that big of an error (maybe). So what’s a cereal entrepreneur?
“Do what you love and the money will follow…“ This is a pretty common expression in the hunt to find your ideal career — especially when it comes to working from home. But is it true? Will building a business around something you love equal success and fulfillment? Will turning a beloved hobby into a… Continue reading Should a Hobby Stay a Hobby or Become Your Career?
Constraints make us focus. The less we have to work with, the more creative we have to be. So, can you sum up your entire outlook on life in a few words? Okay how about a short sentence? Whether you call it a tagline, a mantra, or just some words – the idea is to… Continue reading What’s Your Personal Tagline?