But let’s remember one thing.
Women do this all the time. Approximately 200,000 women start their own business each month in the U.S. Many of these women don’t have special degrees. They didn’t learn how to be an entrepreneur in school. They figured out a problem they wanted to solve and went after it.
Each case is different. Some women dream up a product, like Jamberry Nails, and figure out how to create it. Others decide to do sales for an established product, like Beachbody fitness programs. And yet others go into business by providing a service.
All of those options require planning, courage, and a leap of faith. But as you think about how those success stories happened, you want to know the exact steps those women took, right? What was their plan? How did they make their dreams a reality?
I’m Michelle Huls Rice and I’m here to help you build your business and market your idea while providing a behind-the-scenes look into how other women entrepreneurs brought their dreams to life.
You don’t have to find all the answers on your own. I lift the veil on the unknowns of entrepreneurship.
Being your own boss doesn’t have to be a crazy risk. Let’s work together to make it a calculated one.
Let’s focus your vision!