SDH134: Q&A – The Ups and Downs of Building a Business Pt5 with Cordova Pleasants
Do the haters got you down? Are you doubting whether you should have invested your time and energy into building your business? How do you keep a level head? Are you becoming your worst enemy?
As we head into another check in with Cordova Pleasants, owner of Resolute Boutique & Lifestyle, she encourages listeners to follow their passions and take note of what has always been a source of joy in their life. Once you’ve started down your path of entrepreneurship, she stresses that you need to look past your haters, which can even be yourself, and know that you are in a state of development. Everything you do will not be perfect, and there may be times when you fail, but that’s part of the game. Just keep your head up and know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
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In this episode you will…
Know how to spot signs you’re on the right career path
Find out what you need to do to stay focused and be the best boss you can be
Learn how integrateyour work with your personal life
Generate the confidenceto say ’No’ sooner, rather than later, in your career
Figure out tactics and platforms that drive the most sales
Know how to focus on the positive individuals in your life, and silence the haters and your inner critic
“Look at what keeps coming back, no matter how many different angles you come back to it. Also listen to what other people are saying that you’re good at; [things] you don’t even think about…keep your ear to the ground.” -Cordova Pleasants
“You can say ‘yes’ to be polite, but you’re not doing anyone any favors; especially not yourself. Just be honest.” -Cordova Pleasants
“I am on a personal level to my subscribers. I am very open and honest with them about what’s going on in the business and I think they really appreciate that; and therefore they become really great customers because we have such a good rapport.” -Cordova Pleasants
“Even if your sales are down, you haven’t made any new clients, or you’re just having a bum week; hold your head up high and do something for yourself…it’s going to get better.” -Cordova Pleasants
“You keep building off of what you already have and keep it going…anything that you do is basically a rough draft, but the point is you have to do it; and then you can improve on it.” -Cordova Pleasants
“Giving yourself peace and just knowing that it’s okay if it didn’t work because you can improve on it and it’s going to get better.” -Cordova Pleasants
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