As much as I would love to say that being an entrepreneur is smooth sailing, I know that I would not be telling the full story.
I’ve had some astronomical wins over the years, but in fairness, I have had just as many failures.
The answer to this question is different for every person, so I can only speak for myself.
I'm sitting at the Qantas Lounge at the Melbourne International Airport ready to board another flight to Los Angeles. I am a tad tired. 2.15am wakeup wasn't my best work, but sometimes excitement does get the best of me. Travelling for me, is exciting and part of the bigger adventure. I get to meet people that inspire me, shock me and sometimes join me on my journey as a friend, client or person "I just know".
Meeting people when you are an introvert is completely and utterly out of your comfort zone, and I know the value of being outside your comfort zone. It's one of the best things that can happen, especially if you are an entrepreneur.
I had to reconcile what had got me to where I was and that was a really hard thing to do.
Ranging from overall business strategy through to finance, human resources, technology, operations and the quality of your product or service.
Every single startup doesn't turn out like it is planned.
As a company, Marketing Eye has been a company who believes that growth is imperative to keep employees engaged, stay ahead of the curve and invest in areas such as innovation and technology – but this is all not easily funded.