The One About the Pencils and Erasers
In this episode of The Afraid Don’t Get Paid, I talk about my start into the entrepreneurial world as a 5th grader selling school supplies in my history class. I recall how I didn’t get stuck on the “what could go wrong” as we so often do as adults, but rather “how can I create a community for my peers”. One of the biggest struggles we have when starting a business is thinking of all of the things that could go wrong. We get so wrapped up in the negative thoughts that we never even start. But what if, instead of thinking of everything that could go wrong, you just started? What if, even better, you thought of everything that could go right? Join me as I talk about the most fundamental thing when starting a business, believing in yourself and your vision.
I’m Candace Chatman and I am a transformational business coach and sales mentor. I have been featured in Thrive Global, NBC, CBS, FOX News, Yahoo Finance, and Disrupt. I teach my clients how to leverage the power of social media to elevate their businesses, how to pursue their passion and make money, and how to communicate with prospective clients to get the results in their business they are looking for.
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