I announced when I was 7 years old that I was going to own a business.
It was going to be a donut shop
But then I learned how early you’d have to get up to make the donuts - dream over.
So when I got the idea to start Mockingbird Virtual, I was like: “Me? An Entrepreneur?”
I did a little research and then one day I made the decision. One month later I had a business and a month after that I had a couple of clients and I've been growing steadily ever since.
But the thing that really pushed me to start this new adventure was that I was unhappy. I knew I needed:
Sound familiar? Isn’t that why we all start our own businesses?
It’s never that simple though:
“I’m an entrepreneur now, I’m making butt-loads of money, and I work 2 hours a week!”
When you're a brand new entrepreneur there are SO many questions, but some of the questions I hear the most are:
Hold it right there. You've gone too far!
There are SO many questions when you're a new entrepreneur and it's easy to get sucked into that spiral of figuring out which "first-step" is the right one.
So I'm here to tell you, there isn't a right first step, I had the same questions when I was getting started. I decided to cover all my bases and create profiles on Instagram, Facebook and build a website, but pretty quickly I learned that starting on Instagram was probably the better way to go.