If you’ve ever considered yourself entrepreneurial or hoping to become successful being your own boss, then you might want to consider some advice from a fellow entrepreneur who has found incredible success. Doe Deere is a CEO and founder of Lime Crime, an internationally sought after cosmetics line. In a recent article, Doe was featured and gave some great tips on starting up your own company. http://www.doedeere.com/
Doe knew as a small child that her passion was color. It started out as playing dress up but as soon as she could get her hands on make-up, that was it. She was hooked. Her true passion came out to play and she knew it would follow her into her adult life. Finding your true passion is key if you’re going to become an entrepreneur. You have to love what you’re doing or you won’t put your all into it, and it won’t be a success.
Not only did Doe love make-up, but come to find out, she was incredible at it. When you love something, you tend to develop a skill set around that hobby. This skill set is going to help you create your business. But as you go along, you skills will need to expand. Doe tells all that you have to be willing to learn more and roll with the punches when problems or gray areas arise.
When Doe finds that there is a problem in her business, she tends to weigh the pros and cons. This helps her to follow the right path, and move forward instead of avoiding the problem, big or small. Learning from the problems will help you to deal with new problems at a later time.
Doe Deere definitely took risks in making her vegan, all natural cosmetics line. With bold and unique colors, there was no telling if anyone would really relate to her line. But they did. Taking risks is an important step as an entrepreneur. If you avoid all risks, you won’t ever really grow. You have to take steps into a direction of progress. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doedeere
Doe Deere has found incredible success in her line of cosmetics, Lime Crime. You can certainly use your passion to become a successful entrepreneur. You just have to take that first step, like Doe did.