Chronicles of an entrepreneur- Banking on relationships

Entrepreneurial Life..

You have the skills and the hunger for more. You can see your vision, your goals are attainable, and the drive to make it happen is at an all time high. Everything you touch is infected with your enthusiasm and ability to deliver on the promise. You are at one hundred percent of adrenaline and you are making things happen. Nothing can stop you – just the bank!

You become conscious and aware of cashflow, working capital, and bills! You have to take the time to understand the dynamics of financing your business activities, budgeting and building a relationship with your money!

Starting your business is a big risk, even for the most and best prepared entrepreneurs. You will not have all your ducks lined up in a row. That’s okay. Be prepared to seek out help, information, and get close and personal with YouTube, Google and learning resources. Its great to have an advisor, but you need to learn some basics to avoid being hoodwinked (used a nice word, but wanted to say, outsmarted, scammed) even from yourself! Being an entrepreneur requires dedication and continuous knowledge acquisition and fact-finding.

Being resourceful is enhanced as you learn!

Donna-Luisa

About Me: Family and People are big motivators for me. Business Development, Entrepreneurship and everything else are intertwined, existing together in my life. As a problem-solver navigating through chaos and crisis is always my new normal. We can make sense of everything!

Give Hope to all you meet and watch the world grow!

Contact: dleversley2017@outlook.com for professional services – entrepreneurship, business consultancy, coaching and speaking appointments.

Copyright © 2021 Donna-Luisa Eversley. All Rights Reserved.

2 Comments on “Chronicles of an entrepreneur- Banking on relationships

  1. Being optimistic always pays. Success and failure are just situations and lessons to learn a new chapter.

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