It’s Mimi again, the social media manager from Germany. Today is Friday, so it’s time for a new blog post.
In my last blog I talked about the book “The Art Of The Start” by Guy Kawasaki. I told you about the first two steps when founding a new organization: Making meaning and making a mantra. I also shared the results of our company with you. So if you haven’t read this blog yet, feel free to take a look at it.
In this blog I want to go further and tell you the next step to go on your way to becoming an entrepreneur.
It is: Getting started! Or to say it with Guy Kawasaki’s words: Get going!
“What you should do is (a) rein in your anal tendency to craft a document and (b) implement. This means building a prototype, writing software, launching your Web site, or offering your services. The hardest thing about getting started is getting started. (…) Remember: No one ever achieved success by planning for gold.”
(Source: “The Art Of The Start” by Guy Kawasaki, page 9 and 10)
This is the reason why we launched our Web site last year, even though we haven’t started selling our products yet. We give you an update every week and want you to be part of our origination process. You learn about our successes, but also about our failures – on the way to start a business, there are always backstrokes, but the art is to never give up, no matter how rocky the road of life is.
So far, you find only pictures of jewelry on our homepage. But we want to point out, that we are willing to produce any design that you have in mind. We are here to turn your idea into a well-designed product. So if there is something we can do for you, don’t hestitate to contact us.
By the way, please note that our e-mail address has changed. Our new e-mail: email@example.com.
Quote of the day:
“A strong, positive self-image is the best possible preparation for success.” – Joyce Brothers