How I started Prep Dish – 5 Tips From An Entrepreneur l EP #92

Aug 23, 2021 | 0 comments

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Interested in starting your own business / taking your business to the next level? Get 5 entrepreneurship tips from the founder of Prep Dish!

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? In today’s episode, Prep Dish founder Allison Schaaf talks about the lessons she’s learned from starting multiple businesses. Take a peek into the world of an entrepreneur and get 5 practical tips you can use in starting your own business (or deciding if you even should start one!)

5 Entrepreneurship Tips

1. Solve A Problem  

Make sure your business answers a real problem people struggle with.

2. It Takes Time

You have to invest SO much time when first starting a business. It will also take time to see a profit for many businesses. If you have more time, it may not take as much money up-front to start your business.

3. It Takes Money

No one person can do everything. You’ll likely need to invest in things like design and tech. If you have more money to invest, it may not take as much time to get your business started.

4. Get to Know Your Customer (Over and Over Again!)

Customer needs change over time. It’s so important to stay in touch with your customers’ needs and concerns to make sure your product or service is meeting them.

5. Be a Believer!

There will be times when it’s hard and you have to be your company’s #1 believer. Don’t give up!

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The E Myth by Michael Gerber

Miscarriage Hope Desk (Allison’s other business!)

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