You received great feedback from Ken and Gary. I would also add to be creative. Don't think about it as stressful. Think about things as an opportunity to create for your future. Keep a positive attitude, positive mindset. Start learning to plan your week. 45+ hours a week. OK. You have to eat, workout (if you do), activities, entertainment at some point to unwind after the long days and the weekends. Have and arrange networking cafes, meeting for drinks, network at events, attend events. Offer an online webinar to meet and greet and share what you have to offer. Create YouTube videos on what your service offerings are or how you can help - short 30 to 60 secs. Create a twitter account. Post on your company social media in the morning on your way to work. Post on your company social media during lunch. Find a university student to help you and be an intern. They can help you structure your business, learn and potentially gain a part time or full time role later on. Learn to manage your time, finances cutting back where you can and enjoy the journey. It won't all be easy. It will be yours. You are taking the first step in the right direction. Not sure how far you are from Santiago as I have friends there who may know other ways to help you as well. Suerte!
Publicada el 18/07/am