I’ve gone on record many times by saying I am an accidental entrepreneur. I was thrust into running my own business after I lost my steady paycheck due to budget cuts at my old job. After trying for months to become re-employed during the recession, I threw my hands in the air and began to focus on my “little blog that could”. Would I be able to make this hobby a jobby and turn my misfortunes around?
Fast forward to 2016 and I think we have the answer.
But no matter how “successful” I am or how much money I make, the hustle is always on my mind.
- How can I create more streams of income?
- How I can redefine and clarify my message so that it resonates with others?
- How can I better serve my audience and readership?
- How can I be a steward to help pay it forward?
- How can I accomplish every goal that I set out to crush?
I get asked all of the time about how I do what I do and make money. I give the answers and very clear cut and concise directions, steps, and procedures to friends, colleagues, and paid consults. But if the hustle mentality isn’t on overdrive, the results may not be what mine have been.
(Learn why you aren’t making money with your business after the break)