How to Successfully start your own business?
I unintentionally found myself from the entrepreneurial track before even graduating. It had beenn’t premeditated, i did son’t have a business plan, and earning money had beenn’t my focus. Allow me to decorate the photo: everything began one winter evening in 2010, with me sitting on the sofa viewing television while scrolling through my personal favorite design blogs. I need to preface this by stating that despite sounding like a total passive, I happened to be in fact very energetic. While in college, I was hardworking to a fault, tirelessly balancing my college work with internships that, on several events, converted into full-time jobs. In this way, I had been a workaholic.
I had taken home design courses besides skimming over a section or two on blogs in an interaction course (back then it was a somewhat unique phenomenon—especially to my incredulous old professors). I thought to myself, definitely, starting a blog couldn’t be that difficult. Two hours later, my weblog Savvy Residence was created.
For approximately a-year, I most likely had about seven pageviews every day. After that, 1 day in 2012, traffic started picking up—coincidentally, monetizing a blog became a subject of great interest online. In those days, I happened to be entering company school, an ideal possibility to try out strategies on my burgeoning venture. By the time we graduated, posting blogs had become my full time job. While my classmates had been hectic interviewing for entry level positions, I became styling image shoots and collaborating with international companies.