Congratulations on starting Celine!
Congratulations on having the courage to step out of your monthly salary comfort zone and into uncharted territory!
Congratulations on responding to the entrepreneurship voice that kept on calling you! This is a huge step! Stay brave, it’s a challenging but rewarding journey.
It’s perfectly ok to question your decision when you are starting! Take heart, it takes time for a business to take shape and to be trusted! Perseverance and smart work will pay off in the end!
Stay attentive to the market needs, and be focused on the reason why you started. If the reason WHY you started the business is BIG enough, it will remain your encouragement when you meet uncertainty, failure, and disappointment.
Always remember how your business is contributing to unemployment issues in your community. You are playing your part!
Part of success isn't always the payout to the bank account, but the joy of helping someone to be in their right seat and a happy client. Seeing and hearing the impact of your service can be the greatest source of joy and encouragement in your business.
Your personal values will always reflect on your business! Do your best to work on your areas of improvement, constantly!
You will be amazed at how much you will learn from this journey. Stay attentive to what the market is saying!
It’s not always that your service will be valued, take heart and keep serving, what is yours will always find its way to you! Keep serving and stay consistent!
Entrepreneurship is serving beyond self! It is a service that keeps on serving!
You don’t know everything! Listen to people around you and create solutions together! Be ready to change or evolve for the better and consider every failure as school fees for growth opportunities. You will be fine!
Bring young people on board and your business will stay vibrant and up-to-date!
Make efforts to put people at the center of what you do and lead with love.
Build meaningful relationships with the community and challenge yourself to network.
Ubutunzi n’abantu n’Imana “Your wealth is people and God."
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