Why and How I Categorize Emails to Stay Organized: 5 Easy Steps

I have been creating folders online for as long as I can remember my career.  I started in college because I needed to keep my courses separate from one another.  Actually…it started earlier than that because before I was doing it on the computer, I was doing it in high school for my classes by having separate folders for each class and dividers to keep different parts of each class organized.

Here is a blog post I did about how I use binders to keep myself organized20161215_153436

Yes I’ve always been this way!

You’re talking to the same person who drew a line down the middle of her notes , took notes in class and then went back later and took my own notes while I studied.

You’re talking to the person who used note cards to study for class!

So yes, I organize my emails.

God is funny like that because the skill was always in me, I’ve been an organizer my entire life!  It’s been there, I just never knew what He had in store for me

But anyways, back to emails

This is my process for organizing emails

1)) Look through your emails to get an idea of what categories you might need

2) Start creating folders according to what you need.  (Be careful not to get too specific because you will get into that later).  For example:

Clients

Business

Personal

Kids

Church

3) Start dividing your emails according to the sections you chose above.

  • Go through all of them!
  • Set a schedule if you have a lot

4) Delete!

As you go through your emails, make sure you are getting rid of the spam and junk you won’t need.  Go ahead and unsubscribe from emails you haven’t even looked at in months.  You can always go back!

5) Go back to your folders and categorize them

  • You run the risk of getting confused if you don’t complete this step
  • For example, Clients: You need to make sub folders for each client so you don’t get their emails mixed up!

You don’t have to but I normally do another layer for easy access, but that is totally up to you!  At least you started!

Trust me, this will make your life SO much easier!

If you find this overwhelming, give me a call.  This is an Add on service we have available to you for a low price at my business Living Faith Management and Consulting!

Go to our Services page to book a discovery call to ensure we are meeting all of your administrative needs!

Let us make your life easier, if you are open to it!

I hope this was helpful!

Until next time, WIN_20170526_12_47_56_Proconnect2

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Husband and Wife Entrepreneurship: 3 Lessons Learned on the Journey

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God loves me. Forreal. He blessed me with the man of my dreams.  Our situation is not perfect.  Initially he was nothing I would have ever imagined for myself, but I was falling in love with him within the first month of us dating.  And now we are in the seventh month of our marriage and its AMAZING!  My life has changed so much in the past two years.  I found my soul mate, I continued to grow closer to God, I started a business and I got engaged and I got married.  And then I realized we were embarking on a journey in which both of us will be in the world of entrepreneurship together.  Today is March 4, 2017.  It is 10:23  pm at night.  Both of us are actively serving in church and have to be at church by 8:00 am in the morning.  We’ve had a busy day, he’s a musician, music producer and in school for Audio production and he had a gig today while I went to church for prayer and then went to a grantee workshop.  Then I came home, cooked, took care of the dog, we worked on his homework together and now he’s in the studio working on producing an album and I’m blogging.  All of those things I listed, we gets NO money for right now!  We are actively working and building our businesses, but it is a Struggle!  But you know what?  We are doing it together.  It’s one thing I’m certain helps us in our relationship because we have each other’s backs.  We committed very early on in our relationships to support one another no matter what.  It’s one of the things that attracts me so heavily to him.

When we first started dating I was smack dab in the middle of my busy season for my full time job which correlates to heavy traveling.  That particular year I was traveling every month, sometimes twice a month.  I was in Orlando and then on a road trip for six days with my kids in foster care and then I had to go on a trip again to Orlando and he went WITH ME!  He didn’t miss a beat.  He didn’t even care.  I WAS IN LOVE! LOL! Of course there are a million other things I can list, most importantly His love and dedication to God, the fact he talked to God before even approaching me, his love for family, I could go on and on, but at the end of the day we’ve made a commitment to work through whatever it is that comes our way.  So we are deep in it and there may be other business owners or potential business owners out there wondering what this is all about, how this will work if they are considering entering entrepreneurship as separate business owners or maybe even together.  Here are a couple things and learning curves I have learned in this past year.

  1. Learn when to turn it off!

This is probably hardest for my husband because his craft is based heavily on his creativity which has no respect for time! LOL! I had to learn it and respect it.  I now understand how important it is for him to go with the creativity when it comes, which requires me to deny my own selfishness at times.  But on the other hand, he has had to take the time and find out if it was worth it to sacrifice the time with me or not.  And I’m not exempt from this!  It takes effort on my part as well to know when its time to put the phone and computer down!  Sometimes I have to let go of looking for business opportunities and spend time with my husband!   It’s OKAY to take a break and connect with the ones you love

2. I may not fully understand what you do, but I can still support it!

I don’t know ANYTHING about audio production, but it excites my husband to such a varying degree, I can’t even explain it!  Shoot I don’t know if he can explain it.  We share a fairly mutual love of music, I LOVE to hear him play guitar, but as far as producing, I know NOTHING.  But that doesn’t mean I don’t wholeheartedly support what he does.  Now we are a little different because where he is okay with it, I’m a little more involved in the promotion of his brand, but you don’t have to be involved in it, but why wouldn’t you support the efforts of the person you are the closest with?  What would I look like if I said oh I don’t like the music my husband plays or produces so I don’t share it!  What would that do to him?  I mentioned before how amazing it is for me that he supports me so strongly!  When I told him I was going to start a business, he was all for it and constantly talks to other people about my business.  Does he understand it completely?  He doesn’t have to, his acknowledgement and support is enough!

3. Being okay with not being fully involved…all the time

So um this is a huge work in progress.  I might be the worst at this,  mostly because I REALLY like spending time with my husband, lol.  He likes spending time with me too, but he doesn’t mind some away time every once in a while. (Yes I am slightly clingy, he knew it from the get go so he can’t complain too much haha)  I am learning its just impossible for us to be involved in everything!  Most of the time, however, its an insecurity issue and when I am able to realize that, its helpful to me, to him and our marriage.  I’m learning I can’t be at everyone of his shows and he can’t come to every one of my presentations, but we can find other ways to support on another.  Entrepreneurship is tough in itself, building and maintaining a marriage requires constant prayer and many talks with God.

These are just a couple of things we have learned along the way, I’m certain there are so many more things that will come, but hey, this is a transparent account of my journey, right?  So here you go, this is where I am in year 1 as an entrepreneur and month seven as a married woman!  It is interesting to say the least but there is no one else in this world I would rather do this with!  What about those of you who are long time married folk and long time entrepreneurs, in the middle, no matter what stage you are in, give some feedback, let’s talk about it!  I’m open to it all, even if you think I’m doing it wrong, lol, shoot help me! 🙂  Until next time #connect #create #inspire

 

I Wish someone Would Have Told Me!

So I’m reading this book called P.O.W.E.R. Move How to transition from Employee to Employer and the auther, Devin Robinson, is listing all of these characteristics you need to have in order to be an entrepreneur…I’m going through the list

Problem Solver (Check)

Personal Responsibility Taker (um check)

Insight (check)

Personable (check!)

Slight neurosis (double triple check check)

Manger (hello!)

I’m going through the list like, MAN! I should have considered this a long time ago!  Anyone else every feel this way?  Like why didn’t any TELL me, discuss this around me?  Was it a secret, this option of going into entrepreneurship?  And then, I enter in to he world and its  like A THING! Like a BUNCH of people are doing this and are successful and earning income and in some cases “Sticking it to the man (Whatever that means really…),” I’m just sitting here looking like20170320_152103 So I’m feeling a little left out and not included!

On top of this, I’ve always felt completely isolated from my own profession and career, as if I didn’t fit.  I’ve know what I’m doing is important and I love my kids so much, its just I moved around in the field so loosely (2 years here, three years there, 2 years there), I always felt so doggone trapped by the red tape and politics of the world of social work and social services.  I’m successful, I’m doggone good, I feel confident in the knowledge and experienced gained but I often times feel like an alien trapped in a glass box with no door.  It’s stifling and the air is slowly running out.  I have to get out!

So when I discovered there was an option for me to branch out on my own and just break through that glass, it was such an eye opening experience and at the same time I just couldn’t understand how I had missed out! Haha So now I’m realizing that this is the right direction for my life and its something I can do.  I’m educating myself and positioning myself for success.  I’m also learning to embrace for the failures so I can recover quickly, they are going to come, it’s just how I handle things.

I’m here to encourage you!  If you are on the fence and not sure, I’m here to tell you that if you have truthfully weighed and explored the pros and cons and if you are into it, prayed about it, you can do this!  I have utilized a couple of people to follow and take notes on to guide me through this process and I am going to share them with you because I want you to succeed as well.  And my journey is still here.  I’ve been thinking about when Chronicles of a NEW Entrepreneur will end and I guess I will know when its time to categorize myself as a Seasoned business owner.  Until then, we are learning together and I hope this is helpful to you!  Until next time #Connect #Create #Inspire

Top 5 Reasons I Am Slacking as a New Blogger

Okay, my committment to my purpose SO sucks right now!  I started this blog a couple of months ago and my excitement and desire to stick with it fell to the wayside very quickly.  I’m so dissappointed in myself, mostly because I made this big deal about the BRAND NEW content planner I received for my birthday and haven’t touched it in TWO months lol

I’m so pitiful!

But it’s reality and since this is “Chronicles of a New Entrepreneur” and I’m all about being transparent, well here it goes…

  1. My name is Ebone Kimber and I think I have writers block or something, cause I Currently have TEN (yes 10) blog post waiting to be finished. SMH.

This is crazy to my own self!  I’m like REALLY EBONE?  I have enough blog posts for the next 2 months basically and I am holding on to them!  Most of them are half finished and Reason #3 is apart of it as well.  I don’t know what is going on!  I think it’s a combination of everything, but I know I just need to finish.  I mean look at me!  I’m writing a new blog right now and I have all these others ones waiting in the rafters!

2. I am the research queen, I can do it for my clients ALL DAY, but when it comes to these doggone blogs, BRUH, I am STRUGGLING, you hear me?

I want to make sure that I’m not only just blogging senseless information that comes from the deep abyss of my thoughts, so there is some content that requires me to do some reading and digging and…well… I just haven’t wanted to do it, but it’s not going to write itself, so YEAH….

3. I’m busy, my schedule is packed tight, I am going to be in 5 (yes, FIVE) different cities in the next 10 days, oh and that’s just for my full time j

There NEVER seems to be enough time!  I know my last post was about balance, but this is reality, my schedule has been packed so TIGHT and I haven’t allowed myself a whole lot of rest time, so it’s starting to pile up, hence Reason #4.

4. I’m tired!

I just took a couple of days off my full time job and I worked THE WHOLE TIME! LOL I did Living Faith stuff and client stuff and church stuff!  And while all of those things are extra important and have to get done, well, those off days were basically used for me to work, which is apart of the grind, so….I guess I shouldn’t be complaining, huh?

5. I want to spend time with my husband (Is this so bad?)

Can I just throw this in there?  I am blessed, my husband is so understanding!  I love him for it because he wholeheartedly supports what I do in every aspect.  He’s also busy himself so our time is often times very stretched.  We spent some time using my off days for each other which was SO NICE…and I want MORE TIME!  🙂

Can you all relate to this?  I feel sometimes all of these things are so real, we really have a hard time releasing the realities of what we are going through and dealing with.  This blog is release for me because I’m just not a really open person in general, but what has helped me along the way, is when I can find people who have common ground and help to confirm that how I’m feeling is not crazy!  All I’m saying is, I embarked on this journey to become a blogger, to help others, to be transparent and guide someone else to help them avoid some of the things I am currently going through and these are the blocks and barriers that are coming my way.

Now what is happening, is I am gaining knowledge along the way and I am more than willing to share.  So one day soon (I promise) I will have some tips for how I am currently coping with this and finding a more organized way for me to get these blog posts going and out there!  Stay tuned for more!  Please leave your information below or join the group Chronicles of A New Entrepreneur for updates, information and transparent accounts from other business owners!  Hope to see you there!  Until next time #Connect #Create #Inpire

Excitement Can Cause Tunnel Vision: 4 Things I Learned When Excitement Fizzled

What do I mean?

Well let me tell you!

Last January (2016) my sister Hiranda and I were talking while she was doing my hair.  In the midst of the conversation two business were created…Dream Makerz and Living Faith Management and Consulting.  Today (April 2017)) those businesses are up and running.  I am full at this moment and cannot accept any more clients and Hiranda will be accepting her first grant this Thursday.  Along the way, we learned some things…well ALOT.  One thing in particular that I have always wanted to share and that tickles me often is how excited we would get in different areas of our growth.

So I know ya’ll are probably like, well, thats a good thing right? Umm…HECK NO! lol  Child we got so excited about so many things that sometimes our judgement was clouded, sometimes we got caught up in poor business partnerships and to be honest, we got straight up TOOK on some investments we made, thinking we were sowing into someone who wanted us to succeed and that they had something to offer, when really the feedback they had for us wasn’t helpful AT ALL!

Now I can look back at it and laugh at us because we were in the moment and it was good, it was good to share those moments together because the journey has taught us so much and we still have so far to go.  I just want to share this with others because I want you to be observant and not let your excitement cloud your judgement.  So I wanted to give you all

4 Things I Learned after the Excitement Fizzled

  1. Not EVERBODY has the intention for you to succeedHiranda and I learned this the hard way. And really it had different effects on the two of us.  It taught me that as her business manager I needed to be more observant and vocal in regards to people we were connecting with and it taught Hiranda to be more guarded in who she tells her ideas to.  It has been a learning experience, but I want to try to help others along the way so you all won’t make the same mistakes we did along the way.
  2. Every person who is in your area of expertise can’t help you!

So Hiranda is in the process of starting a non profit, that was always the plan, but we didn’t know ANYTHING!  I have worked for non profit organizations for years, but I only know limited information.  The truth is SO many people we came in contact with in the early months were like, oh its so easy and I can help you or I know somebody who can…all that..and we would get so excited, like THANK YOU GOD, Shout sessions, praise breaks, Facebook Live’s, THE WORKS HAHAHA.  But then, we would hear nothing, cancelled meetings, misinformation, HALF information, broken promises, THE WORKS! And at times we would get frustrated but at other times, we would just keep it moving.  Now? Well, now, we listen to what people have to say, but we are more careful about who we collect information from and I am constantly back checking and researching to ensure we have the CORRECT information and we have all the background on the person giving us the information.  It has benefited us SIGNIFICANTLY!

3. Guard your money carefully and do research!

I will be honest with ya’ll…Spending money is a requirement when you start a business.  You are going to have to invest in some things in order to receive a return.  Everything won’t be free, so go ahead and get your head around that! (Can I get an AMEN current entrepreneurs!) BUT you MUST be careful in WHO you choose to sow your money into when you are seeking knowledge, a mentor, a coach and/or guidance.  I am currently in the process of reading a book called POWER M.O.V.E.:How to Transition from Employee to Employer and he mentions the importance of exploring what your return or benefits are going to be when you are investing into something.  This is just as important when you are building your business.  Be careful with the people who you connect with when you are looking for coaches and mentors.

4. Channel your excitement into the next steps for your business, don’t get distracted!

Excitement is great, so don’t get me wrong!  I celebrate success whenever I can because for me its about the momentum so many businesses out there are not succeeding so for crying out loud CELEBRATE!  But don’t let your excitement distract you.  We realized in the startup phase pretty quickly that at one moment we would get crazy excited and then in the next moment something was letting us down I can be honest and admit that sometimes our excitement clouded our judgement both in regards to people and situations.  Just make sure that when you celebrate that you are trusting people to perform tasks that you really need to be doing and don’t let people off the hook!  If someone says they are going to do something, then follow up with them and hold them accountable!  Enter into contractual agreements!  Get things on paper and through email, not Facebook messenger lol! Make things legit so people can follow through with all that excitement they boosted you up to!

I hope this helps someone out there!  Comment, fill out the form below, subscribe to the blog for update, join our group Chronicles of A New Entrepreneur for first hand updates on this blog and other pertinent information in regards to my journey as a New Entrepreneur!  One year down, many more to go!  Until next time #Connect #Create #Inspire #Deuces

3 Benefits I Discovered in Getting a Mentor through Score

I knew I needed one.  It was everywhere I turned.  Videos I watched…”You need a coach or a mentor.  Groups I joined, the top notch entrepreneurs…. “You need a coach or a mentor.”  Everyone was saying it, so I knew there was value to it.  My barrier was I couldn’t afford to pay someone to be my mentor.  And there were people I was studying that I knew would make a difference in my life, but money is funny sometimes in our lives.  That’s the real life that we aren’t always able to admit or talk about.  I have a blog post coming soon discussing “The Issue of Money” and the truth is we are not always good with money and we make bad choices.  And sometimes the season we are in with our lives is teaching us better habits and we are learning lessons, but at the same time we are walking in our purpose which is requiring some investment, but investment isn’t always $1000.  And I wasn’t going into no more debt just to build, that wasn’t of Jesus, at least in that moment.  LOL!

So when we were first starting out I signed my sis Hiranda and I up for a Score seminar.  I am Robert Watkins’ daughter and if I am going to jump into something, I need to  know the details of what I’m getting into so I am in full education mode.  Whatever information I can get, I’m down for it and MAN the information was awesome.  Of course in the first three months of startup phase Hiranda and I got excited about pretty much everything, which is another blog post because LORD did we learn that you can’t get caught up in the hype of EVERY DOGGONE THING! LMBO (We are silly!) But this was something that was really good.  So anyways after it was done I went home and did more research, but I also kind of set that aside for a little while.

Later in the year, I was doing more research I had established my business entity (LLC) and started promoting it.  I was also educating myself, going to events, watching videos and signing up for online classes and it opened my eyes and guided me to develop more of a mind for business.  I realized there were some things I needed to revamp, my target market, my approach to my target market, how I exhibited myself to my potential customers the need to focus on my financial practices and so much other important information.

So then it crossed my mind as I was cleaning out emails that I had the option to obtain a free mentor with SCORE.


**SIDENOTE**

Now let me be really really clear: I think paying for a coach and/or mentor is a smart move!  I want to make sure that is made known!  I will do this one day, that is guaranteed!  I can’t stay at this level forever!  If I were to stay at this startup phase, I would be foolish, but this is where I am financially with both my business and personal life and I am willing to be transparent about that.  There is just no way I will waste someone else’s time or take someone else’s spot when I know paying someone for a service right now will put me and my family in a financial bind.  I can respect this in regards to my clients as well and I have been put in check regarding this, so TRUST ME, there is NO disrespect!  I am simply sharing my experience and what was best for me and my business!


So anyways, I contacted SCORE.  They had me fill out some information so they could match me to a mentor according to my needs as a business owner.  In comes Mrs. Ann! 🙂 She is so great!  Mrs. Ann is such an intent listener.  She listens, observes, takes notes and then offers me sound advice.  And she doesn’t just TELL me what to do, she helps me think about what are my best options according to her suggestions and my own deductions.  She allows me to decipher what is best for me in certain situations and I am so grateful!

And then, guess what? At this point in my business I want to get better in tracking finances and managing them so I can eventually hire a coach or mentor and other pertinent people for my business, so when I asked her about it, she brought in another mentor that had more financial experience!  Isn’t that cool?!  She also told me I could send her my business plan and she would look over it for me!  So awesome!  And the services she provides are based on my needs!

Okay so the three benefits are:

  1. Matching according to your business needs: They find you a mentor that caters to your core area in regards to your business and who know where you are coming from.  It also doesn’t necessarily have to be someone in your community.  I have very much appreciated that Mrs. Ann is in another state because she has a different perspective, which is beneficial to someone who wants to expand outside of Alabama.
  2. An ear to bounce thoughts and ideas.  I take notes when I think of things to ask Mrs. Ann all the time.  She is prompt and honest.  She admits when she doesn’t know and offers resources and suggestions.  She has been strong arming me on my prices since we started this mentorship relationship and she praised me when I took her advice and she is helping me to change my mindset in regards to who I am marketing to and considering the value of my service
  3. Focus.  Starting a business will have you all over the place.  I am sometimes an information hog; so in getting started, I have been trying to get as much information I can possibly get, which isn’t a bad thing, its just sometimes overwhelming.  Having a mentor helped me to pinpoint some specific tasks to work on, to work down my goals and make them more reasonable, to make my plan solid.  This is one of the most valuable tools.

So now we come to it, the most valuable question… “Should I pay for a mentor or get a free one?”  This is MY reality.  My free mentor works for me in THIS season.  I plan to support and sow into someone else’s business in the future because I know there is someone else out there I can benefit from and they can benefit from me too.  For me, this is a season of growth.  I can’t afford to sow, but I am still working towards my business goals, I still have guidance and I’m still in business.  YOU have to make choices for your own business.  Everyone is not going to get to their expected end the same way, that would be boring!  All I can do is tell you what I did.  Do your own research, maybe this won’t work for you!  Maybe you need something more in depth, maybe you prefer face to face, maybe you gain more value in paying for services, maybe this is valuable to you!  It doesn’t matter!  DO SOMETHING!  Now go be great!

If you want to take advantage of this great resource go to https://www.score.org/find-mentor Here they give you three great options to let them match you with a mentor, search for one yourself or to find your local SCORE office and utilize their services there!  Hope this helps!

Until Next time #Connect #Create #Inspire #Deuces

How I Find Balance as a New Entrepreneur

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One year ago, I decided I would go into business for myself.  God had revealed to me that my purpose was much bigger than spending the rest of my life working for someone else and so I started out on a journey into the unknown of entrepreneurship.  I didn’t know what I was doing, shoot, I still don’t know what I’m doing, but I trust God and know He would never lead me astray.  A year ago, though, that To do list would have been almost HALF of that!  At least 6 of those things would be off that list and rest wouldn’t have been on there because I wouldn’t have considered needing to add it to my to do list!  Haha!

My life is different now and I honestly need about 25 hours in the day to get everything done, but since that doesn’t exist, I am working hard to prioritize the 24 I do have and trying to fit everything in!  There are a couple of times I have just completely beat up on myself!  I was certain in April 2016 I was going to be able to quit my full time job in December 2016 (Newsflash: I’m still working full time AND received and accepted a promotion to Program Director, WHAT AM I THINKING! LOL) but that just wasn’t realistic thinking on my part.  This is why I have chosen to share my personal journey with the world because I know there are aspiring and current small business owners out there asking themselves, how can I do this?  Mostly because I ask myself this too, but in reality I HAVE TO do this!  It is my purpose!  I just have to do a better job at prioritizing my time and finding balance.  So I want to share my techniques and I want to be transparent about what has and hasn’t worked for me on this road of entrepreneur life!  Comment and let me know if you’ve tried these things or plan to!  I want to know if I am helping!

What isn’t working

Worrying

I don’t know if you are a Christian or not, but in case you were wondering, I am and I know worrying is a sin.  It is a really hard sin not to do!  I’m just being honest!  Did you see my list?  Oh and you all with children… GOD BLESS YOU! LORD! My list would probably be doubled!  I shouldn’t even complain!  But honestly worrying has help me in NOTHING on this journey!  Every time I worry, it just makes things worse!

What is Working

Patience and Prayer

So you can try one, the other or both, but I must do both!  Because for me, one only comes with the other!  I MUST pray!  It is just necessary for me!  I have realized that I get so frustrated with myself, especially when I found out I couldn’t quit my job right away!  God was like girl are you crazy?  How you gonna pay for stuff! LOL! I realized I needed to take some steps back.  Now I have set an exit goal for myself, which is constantly changing!  I have to be realistic about my life and where I am and what it is that I have to do in order for my family to be okay!  Reflect on this for yourself!  Don’t take waiting as a set back! Consider it preparation for you purpose!

What Isn’t Working

Not Doing Anything

The worst thing I did for myself last year was when I neglected my business.  I had the desire to work towards it, but I let the fact that I wasn’t making any money discourage me and keep me from pushing.  This is the truth, you may or may not make money from the start.  Yes, there are people with their own businesses who are doing that thang and making the money, but everyone is different!  I had to stop comparing myself to others and get out there and promote my business!  When I got my first paying client, it was an adrenaline rush!  I pushed harder than ever after that!  Keep pushing!  You can do this, even if you have no client or no profit!

What Is Working

Connecting to Successful Business Owners

I will leave you with this.  The best thing I have done in this season of my business is connect with the right people.  I obtained a mentor for free through SCORE and I started attending events where small business owners were attending.  I know this sounds extremely crazy, but I started kinda stalking people who were doing it and were successful and I followed and went to the events they were attending, shoot I’m still doing this.  I want to be around women and men who are successful in their business and its not about duplicating their process, its about gaining wisdom and knowledge that they are more than willing to offer!

So there you have it! A little snippet of what I have been doing and trying NOT to do on my journey.  Some one year reflections!  I mean, listen…. I made it through the first year, so you can too!  Do NOT give up!  Keep pushing!  Keep pressing!  Keep believing!  I know that you can do this!  We have to support one another!  Join my group Chronicles of A New Entrepreneur (here) where you can get updates from my blog and my podcast.  I also do a couple of video series, including #ThoughtsinTraffic and #VirtualAssistantTips. Click here to check out my YouTube page!  If this was helpful to you subscribe and leave a comment so I know that it was helpful or at least a little entertaining!  Also please leave your blog website so I can check you out and support you!  Until next time.. #Connect #Create #Inspire #Deuces