Startups have a very particular atmosphere and working at one is entirely unlike working anywhere else. Because of what we do, we come into contact with a lot of exciting, fresh companies. To give job seekers a better insight, we thought we’d showcase some of our favourites and show what it’s like to work at a startup.
Throwing politically correct out of the window here, to offer my plain spoken advice on starting a business.
Talk talk talk talk talk talk we live in a world made of talkers and image makers. Social media has produced mice-like attention span and made louder the big thing.
Part of starting a company is simply understanding whether NOW is the correct time for it. In my honest opinion, there never is a “right time” however, you just have to take the leap sometimes.
Freedom is out there from the 9-5 but it takes hard work, guts and capital to make it.
New companies are the backbone of the American economy. They supply brand-new developments, brand-new jobs, and fresh ideas to the business market. And owning a business is the dream of many Americans.
The very first time I left my job to start an entrepreneurial endeavor, I was all set. I had money and a business plan. What else did I need, I thought? I gave notification to my employer and to my surprise, fear set in instantly. I didn’t leave my job … that time. I recognized that while I prepared externally, I didn’t prepare internally– emotionally, psychologically, physically and spiritually– for this life transition.