Her Own Business
Surprising statistics for small businesses: Only 78.5% survive their first year; business owners under 30 years of age are more likely to fail; the common reason for failure is that “the market” simply doesn’t need their products or services; 29% of businesses fail because they run out of cash. What if you increase your odds?
Choosing to create your business around a service or product, selling online or opening a brick-and-mortar location are some of the few basic, but very important decisions women entrepreneurs must make when starting up. But before beginning any business plan, women entrepreneurs need to use individual data, artificial intelligence and human coaching to customize their business model around themselves and their strengths, define their specific role, responsibilities and learn how to leverage their strengths to grow their business.
- Debunking myths about entrepreneurship and the old adage, “Wearing all hats, all the time” to understanding “Which hats to wear,” customized to you.
- Understanding how to align yourself with the right people to do the job that meets the needs of your business.
- Learning that business growth has to do with “growth stages” versus company size, number of employees or monetary value.
- Identify your role and market in the 10 Stages of Corporate Growth
- Understand and create your specific roles, responsibilities and duties within your business
- Learn how to create customized outsourcing and employee teams based on your strengths