Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Getting Advice

One thing I'm not good at is asking for help. Not sure why, maybe it shows that I have no idea what I'm doing or maybe I'm just too shy/gutless. Anyhow, still waivering a bit (lot), I had The Incredibly Smart Entrepreneur call me out of the blue. This gorgeous friend of mine is the entrepreneurial queen, she's done it all (or if she hasn't she's thought of it and will do it later), we are all very,very proud of her, and maybe now I didn't appreciate how hard it was for her investing her own money in her ideas. I have the backup of The Husbands income, she didn't at the time, it was her risk and she did it tough. I'm hesitating now because I have to spend money - this is a new sensation, because I've never usually given my random spending on junk toys, bad clothing or trash magazines, too much thought at all. And I'm hoping but not expecting to get much of that money back at least in the short term.

But this is called giving back, and that's what we're doing.

Entrepreneurial Queen had some very excellent advice, especially about my Discount Dan who she had used previously for a website build. I have questions, I have energy, I have focus. More soon.

1 comment:

  1. trust your gut instinct! You know why and how you are doing this! You've done the research; you've been doing it for a long time now. Push the button :-)