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Entrepreneur At Heart - Sophia Butler Offers Quality With Proevents

Entrepreneur Smarts: 30 Lessons I Learned in 30 Years

To ensure that I deliver what my clients want, I pay close attention to the most important details of what they would like, and go from there." Admitting that running and operating your own business takes a lot more effort and dedication, Butler says she is in it for the long haul. PAYING OFF "Running my own company definitely takes a lot more planning and it will only take hard work to succeed, and I am putting in the work." This hard work has been paying off so far. "I am really humbled by the support I have been getting and this one by what I have been able to do since launching. I think I have exceeded what I had expected to accomplish," Butler beamed. She continued, "To ensure quality service, I have persons whom I call upon when necessary as freelancers, who are very good in their respective fields for the overall execution of events. I also have very good vendors whom I work with." With a typical day involving sending out proposals, meeting with clients, as well as networking, Butler believes that leaving her clients with a lasting and positive impression is her way forward for guaranteeing success.
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5 Must-Have Entrepreneur Qualities

Whichever side of the fence you fall on, you have to admit: there are certain characteristics that make for more successful business owners. Lets look at five qualities you should have if you want to succeed as an entrepreneur: 1. Tenacity. Starting a business is not for the faint of heart. Theres no guarantee of success, and it inevitably takes longer to get to profitability than youd like. Thats why being determined is key if youre an entrepreneur.
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2. Be extremely grateful for what you have. I was a pain most of my childhood, always mad at the things I didn't have. Things shifted drastically in my 20s when I started putting an emphasis on gratitude. Focus on the good you do have, not the things you lack.
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