10 lessons I Learnt When Starting on My Own

Whether you’re starting something on the side, or you’ve quit your full-time job to dive into creating something on your own, I believe that many of us have the same experience of the early years of entrepreneurship: it is exciting, but also hard, lonely at times, and is full of many learnings.

Taking something from the idea stage to a business stage has many challenges even if it was a calculated risk. The mindset adjustment plays a very big role, because understanding that you are now fully responsible of the outcome is key and holding yourself fully accountability may cause overwhelm.

In this episode, I share with you lessons I learnt when I decided to dive into the deep end of entrepreneurship. These 10 learnings are ones that will have a huge impact on the first year of taking that shift (which is usually hard and overwhelming as I’ve mentioned). I also think that these lessons are the most common and can help any new starter, regardless of their business niche

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Author: Rana AlBasri Mouawad

I question a lot! My aim is to challenge the old mindset and open doors to creativity in life, at work and in business. We all Make Waves and I am here to help build your brand.

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