If you’re a vegan entrepreneur with a passion, you probably have ideas, products, services or expertise that you want to share with the world. But like many fellow vegan business owners, sometimes you may struggle with the balance between helping others and keeping your business afloat. It feels good to give, to provide assistance when
One of the most frustrating things about being a small business owner can be not having enough time in your day to get everything done. Am I right in guessing that sometimes your life feels like an unending race against time as you swing from project to project? At some point, however, this has to
We all just wanna be loved, right? Or “Liked” at least! But with the race to get more likes, followers and subscribers, it’s easy to lose touch with the fact that in order to grow your business you need to be spending your time talking to people who have a high probability of actually becoming
You have an amazing product or service - I know that because without one, you likely would not have a vegan business. You’ve spent a lot of time and attention on developing your offering, as you needed to do. And while the effort of making your product/service the best it can be will always necessarily be top-of-mind, there are other - perhaps less sexy - parts of your business that are also extremely important to support the success of your business. For example, do you have the kick-butt infrastructure your business needs to thrive securely in place?
You know networking is important - everyone tells you so, and maybe you’ve even seen some of the impressive potential results for yourself. But if networking often feels like a string of meetings and phone calls you have to make as you search for that perfect contact, you may need to change your approach, and start to think of networking a little differently.
Passionate, driven small business owners are what makes the vegan business world go round. But a common mistake that I often see hard-working entrepreneurs making is thinking that they have to be all things to their customers.
Building a strong team for your vegan business requires taking the time to find the RIGHT people. This means team members who not only have the skills you require, but who also fit with your business culture. If you are a solopreneur, this is even more important since your team is that much smaller and each member needs to complement your style.
Stepping into 2016 with Style! January’s Braving the Vegan Business World in Vegan Lifestyle Magazine
Do you make New Year's Resolutions for your business, as well as your personal life? There are plenty of benefits to doing so, as Stephanie talks about in her January Braving the Vegan Business World column for Vegan Lifestyle Magazine.
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The Power of Personal Growth in Business Success…VM’s Feature in Vegan Lifestyle Magazine for August
As your business grows, it's important that you grow with it. There's so much to do as a Vegan Entrepreneur, sometimes it can be hard to remember that!