Every Single Bit of Useful Advice I Can Think of for Creative Entrepreneurs
Seven years ago, when I began teaching yoga, my goal was to reach people, spark their curiosity about yoga, and invite them to attend my classes.
My goal, even today, is to build a strong community.
Until then, I had grown as an educator, individual, and entrepreneur.
As a coach, I am here to help others on their journey.
I have tried many things and felt defeated numerous times, but today I am a bit wiser.
Here’s every single bit of useful advice I can think of for creative entrepreneurs. Hope it helps.
- Your personality is what people are drawn to, so be yourself.
- Documenting your journey provides an endless supply of content to create.
- Share and test your ideas with your audience. Avoid making assumptions.
- Forget about trends and algorithms. The quality of your content is what truly matters.
- Don’t expect big results in your first two years.
- It’s really just you versus yourself.
- Books are tools that can inspire you and expand your thinking.
- Set goals, but create for the joy of it.
- Not everyone will like you, and that’s perfectly fine. Keep going.
- The best creators focus on their work and ignore distractions.
- Simplicity makes room for consistency.
- Do more of what works. It’s a growth hack.
- Always celebrate the small victories and the effort you’ve put in.
- Accountability is the secret sauce for productivity.
- Magic happens when you make time for what really matters.
- Strive to create more content than you consume.
- Rest is just as important as work.
- Take ownership of everything — the good, the bad, and the ugly. This is how you improve yourself.
- The best entrepreneurs obsess over finding solutions to what’s not working.
- Every success story is a trial and error story.
- Many entrepreneurs quit within the first two years. Instead, focus on playing the long game.
- Learn how to tell better stories.
- Emotions are powerful in selling.
- Focus on your top three most important tasks. This is how you build.
- Create value by making your audience feel something or by teaching them something.
- Establishing a routine is the foundation for productivity.
- Things always seem to take longer than expected.
- To make things work for you, you have to believe that you can make them work.
- Surround yourself with people from whom you can learn.
- No one is a self-made person. We all need help.
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