In this episode of Oh My Heath … There’s HOPE! Jana talks with Tamara Golden. Tamara is the owner & CEO of Journeywork Retreats, a retreat strategy, and planning company operating across the US and worldwide. Combining 20+ years in travel, event planning, and coaching, Tamara has developed a proprietary retreat strategy and planning process […]
According to various research results, including those from the US Bureau of Statistics, an average of 20% of new businesses fails within the first two years of operation. While 25% fail within the first 10 years, only 25% make it to a period of 15 years and above. To fall within the range of those that make it far in business, it is important that you prepare your mind with the helpful tips provided here.
“The reason why many businesses fail is that most business owners are not “mentally” fit to cope with the failures and challenges usually encountered when starting or growing a business. “
Seek ways to increase your monthly income. Through the process, you get extra money for debt settlement. For instance, think of items of value you own but do not use. You can earn extra money by selling them off. If you are unable to get a side job, ask for a pay raise or negotiate extra working hours for more cash.
It is normal to have some financial questions. However, I’ve come with the most frequently asked financial questions that are related to the period where social distancing, the use of face masks/shields, among others constitute the new order. Check them out!