Business Quotes for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
Those of you who have been following me for some time will know I recently decided to take a leap of faith and become an independent contractor at my old job, and start out on my own business venture. There are a lot of reasons I made this leap, but most of all, I wanted to live a life that was more authentic and consistent with who I am. Making this choice was not easy, and although I don’t have it all figured out, I’m taking this new journey one day at a time. It sounds cheesy but there have been some business quotes that I needed to see that popped up at just the right time, so I’m going to share them with you, in hopes that you can garner some inspiration from them as well!
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this quote! Unless you are the most self-confident person on the planet, I think most of us suffer from at least a little self-doubt at times. That feeling of not being good enough. What happens though, when we make the choice to believe in ourselves? Great things! Believing that you can do it is the start of something great.
I like this quote because it really just means that you don’t have to have it all figured out from the very beginning. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in having every little detail nailed down, but how often does everything go as we plan anyway? If you’re starting a little side hustle, start learning and growing with what you have, and then take it to the next level when you can. It’s okay to grow slow! Slow growth is still growth. A small step forward is better than no movement! You can do this!
Have you ever wanted to get into a business and thought, there’s no room for me, it’s a saturated market and they don’t need more people doing more of the same thing? NOT TRUE! You have something to bring to the table and that is your own unique perspective, your story, YOUR WHY! People connect with people, not businesses. Share your story! Connect! Engage! Most of all, be yourself!
What are some of your favorite inspirational quotes that have helped you in business and in life? I’d love to hear them!