Consultant Journal is featured in Entrepreneur as part of a story on launching a consulting firm. Being featured in Entrepreneur feels like I’ve come full circle* in my business.
You see, when I was still in college, I dreamed about starting a business. I’d go to the library, read business mags, and scribble business plans on the backs of my notebooks. Later, when I moved East to work for the federal government, I’d go to the library at night, read more business books, and leaf through tattered copies of Entrepreneur. I think I read through the entire backlist during my time there. By the end of that summer, I’d landed my first contract, despite still being a university student.
So actually ending up in Entrepreneur is, well — this is trite, but it’s true — the stuff dreams are made of. It just goes to show that you can take steps to increase your expert status over time.
How about you? What business dreams do you have? What do you want from your life?
*Okay, not entirely full circle. I’d still like to be on the front page for the $1B IPO. I admit it. But then where would my work-life balance be?
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Congratulations, I’ll be it feels great to be recognized as an expert by…the experts. Nice job on coming full circle.
Its intriguing how young some people were when they started up their first business. The story shared seems to give you hope if you have business aspirations.
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