Life of Entrepreneurs. The good and the bad. Income and savings.

by purelytwins

Hey fellow dreamer!

We received a great question on our previous PluggedIN post about videos that we wanted to answer today.

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Thanks Aman for the questions and for your support.

When to take the leap to entrepreneurship. Income. Savings. The good and the bad.

If you enjoyed this video please share it with someone you know who would benefit from it.

We love being entrepreneurs. Yes, we’ve had to make a lot of sacrifices, but we wouldn’t change it for the world.

We had to stop worrying about what others thought. We had to stop comparing ourselves to others and just follow our hearts.

When to take the leap to become an entrepreneur. Life is an young entrepreneur.

If you have a strong passion for something, share it! The world needs you.

This is one thing we learned from our coach –> You would be doing a disservice to the world if you don’t put your service (or product) out there.

We are so happy we took the leap 5 years ago when we launched our first business. We made mistakes, we learned, we grew, we were successful.

Our direction changed and we are so happy where we are now with our business.

Yes, we still experience some issues that we have to overcome, but we never give up. We keep learning. We keep working hard to make things better — our blog and business.

We only want to help our readers and clients. And we won’t stop making things easier so they can get the results they want or reach their goals.

Sharing our story of why we become entrepreneurs.

If you are an entrepreneur when did you know it was time to take the leap? 

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See others way we make money here and you can too if it resonates with you:

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3 comments

Cassie July 9, 2015 - 1:10 pm

Will DEFINITELY watch this video. I need all the help I can get about this topic!

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Kris July 10, 2015 - 5:24 pm

Ladies – big yes to starting your retirement savings NOW! I admit I was shocked that you haven’t already done this. Even if it means scaling back elsewhere, such as not buying all your groceries from Wholefoods, you can’t put this off. I know you know how compound interest works 🙂

60+ year old Michelle and Lori will thank you!!

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purelytwins July 11, 2015 - 4:55 pm

Thanks girl. And we don’t buy everything from Wholefoods 😉 But yes we know what you mean.

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