25 Sep Don’t Sabotage Your Startup by Not Doing This
As an editor here at the Bravuz Blog, I often think and talk about the struggle of entrepreneurs. Most of our team comes from an entrepreneurial background. We’ve all started a business (and failed), we’ve took on ambitious projects and built organizations all on our own.
Having personally gone down the entrepreneurial path, we know how difficult it is. Often times, you’re your own worst enemy when it comes to overthinking and overanalyzing and truthfully,
“There’s nothing more sad than sabotaging your own business, because you’re too much in your own head.”
Because of these personal experiences, mentorship to founders has become one of our core services simply because we want to help entrepreneurs reach their full potential and not make the same mistakes we did.
What is mentorship?
At the core, mentorship is listening, understanding and supporting an entrepreneur in making decisions and solving problems.
For me, having a mentor to talk through important business decisions was one of the biggest blessings I had. It helped me get out of my head and make well-informed decisions that weren’t based on my emotional turmoil, but what’s best for the business.
It goes without saying that there’s many different forms of mentorship. Here at Bravuz we work with entrepreneurs one-on-one to find a mentorship path works best. Sometimes it’s having a meeting once a week and other times it’s about having consistent feedback.
If you’ve been struggling on the entrepreneurial path, we want you to know that you’re not alone. We’ve been there. We know the feeling of doom and despair that can take over and we also know how to get out of that with clear, unbiased business advice.
If you want to get to know us better, we’d love to chat! Shoot us a message at: firstname.lastname@example.org