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It’s not easy being a entrepreneur

Did you think it was going to be easy becoming a entrepreneur?

You know the struggle is real when it comes to being an entrepreneur. I was at Amy Porterfield Entrepreneur Experience a couple of weeks ago, and I met a lot of awesome women in all different industries. You know we all were saying the same thing its hard we are scared of failing and we are tired of playing small ball with our business.

Amy had some excellent speakers.

Amy Porterfield: I teach business owners, educators, and entrepreneurs the practical action steps for building a highly engaged email list, creating online training courses, and using online marketing strategies to sell with ease.

Rachel Hollis: is an American author, motivational speaker, and blogger. Her first self-help book Girl, Wash Your Face—since its release in February 2018—has maintained a spot in the top 10 best-selling books in the country for seven months, held the top spot for 12 of those weeks and has sold more than 880,000 total copies in the United States.

Stu McLaren: My name is Stu McLaren, and I help experts transform their knowledge and influence into recurring revenue by launching, growing, and scaling seven and 8-figure membership sites.

You know it was good to see all of them finely. It was good to hear these people talk and to listen to our ideas and our fears. Amy talks to us about how she wants to help us move to the next level. What I liked about this experience that they were honest with us, and I love the quote Rachel Hollis put out there (Hard is the Price of Admission), and you know she is right.

I find that entrepreneurs that go into business go in for the wrong reason, or when they see how hard it is to run a business, they quit. It’s about making fast money and not solving their customer’s problems or giving them value to the service they provide.

I want to say this with the right mentor and community; you have the opportunity to learn how to build a successful business and have a community that will help with your wins and losses. I showed you a few of my mentors above find a community of like-minded women entrepreneurs like you.


                       Amy Porterfield