The Journey Begins
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.
— Izaak Walton
WhiteIsntBlack Consultancy started with the founder trying to find balance for her life and her current situation. The package she created have had helped women, homemakers and individuals to brave their FEAR and Launch. With over 20 years of helping others make a difference in their life, WiB is definitely a platform Women can turn to for guidance.
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- Profile Page: It’s your window to the world and helps seekers find you easily.
- Write a smart, eye catching headline for your profile page.
- Take a few minutes to list skills you wish to highlight
- Remember a picture speaks a thousand words: Upload a picture of yourself in a professional setting. Profiles with images get more views
- Price yourself right: Don’t forget to include your charges
- Your Tribe: Connect to peers, people with common interest and friends! The larger your network, the easier it will be to land gigs
- Spreading Words: Take the time to post interesting articles and thoughts on your profession. Project yourself as an expert in your field. Profiles with many posts get shown up more in newsfeeds and increase your visibility to your audience
- Stay Active: Remember to visit your page regularly to connect and keep in touch with your network.
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Interestingly, however, when you study notable outliers such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, or Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the growth rates of their businesses in terms of market capitalization peaked when these founders were middle-aged. Steve Jobs and Apple introduced the company’s most profitable innovation, the iPhone, when Jobs was 52. Jeff Bezos and Amazon have moved far beyond selling books online, and Amazon’s future market cap growth rate was highest when Bezos was 45. These prominent founders may not have peaked when very young.
But what about the most successful startups? Why might this be?
Extremely talented entrepreneurs may have unusual acumen — allowing them to succeed when they are very young — yet still see greater success as they age. Thus there is no fundamental tension between the existence of great young entrepreneurs and a general tendency for founders to reach their peak entrepreneurial potential later in life.
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