Learn from Sharon
Organized, persistent, goal-oriented–these are some of the character traits that can make someone successful. These attributes are also the bedrock of everything I have achieved personally and professionally. Despite this, I don’t take anything for granted, because I know how fragile success is—which is one of the primary reasons for fear.
In business and in life, timing is everything.
The famous iPod wasn’t the first portable, hard drive music device; Compaq beat Apple to market by three years. Yet today, the iPod is iconic, and nobody remembers the PJB-100. Knowing when to do something is often just as important as knowing how or knowing why.
Effectively marketing their business is one of the most popular topics for the entrepreneurs that I mentor. This is one reason why high placement in search engine rankings is so valuable. Greater visibility to potential customers is proven to grow your business and build revenue.
Throughout my career, I have spent countless hours mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs. I empathize with their fear of failure, but I always underscore that this fear is often misunderstood. Failure is not a bad thing. In fact, it’s often a positive development, setting in motion the foundation for future success.
I am always impressed with the passion entrepreneurs have for starting a new business. With vigor and zeal, they pursue their new idea, hoping it
We have all heard the old adage never to talk about politics and religion in a social setting. But another topic that often fuels dissent