Business advice from Inside Woman Online

Part of the vision for Inside Woman Online is to inspire women to live their God given lives and to help entrepreneurs like myself start and grow their business.

Unfortuantely statistics show that the failure rate for new start-ups within the first 5 years is as high as 50 percent. And there are many reasons cited to explain why this is so.  But I don’t want to list those problems as many entrepreneurs already know what they are not doing right. I’m here to help to help you get it right and hopefully you will succeed. Here is business advice from Inside Woman Online:

Pray about your decision to start a business ~ Mapule Lebata

“Do what you love, and love what you do” as the saying goes. Don’t just start a business because you see someone succeeding in it rather start a business because you have a vision, a passion and you believe in it ~ Clara Mathe

Work on developing your skills and talents, and growing in the areas that you desire to pursue ~ Ashani Mfuko


Have a business plan. Write down your vision and commit to that vision. Know what you want to achieve.

Save, save, save and try as much as you can to start your business debt free ~ Wendy Rocha dos Santos

Learn to be resilient. Every time you get knocked down get up, dust yourself and keep moving ~Tumi Frazier

Read as much as you can because leaders are readers ~ Tumi Frazier

Surround yourself with positive people ~ Pontsho Manzi

Business advice from Inside Woman OnlinePut God in everything you do and don’t be afraid to face challenges ~ Unathi Daniel

Execution is key. Ideas alone won’t make anything happen, you need to let your boat sail on

Network, network, network. Talk to your audience whether it's through Facebook, Twitter or face to face.

Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat ~ Theodore Roosevelt

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