If you are an entrepreneur, you’ve definitely been warned that “entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey.” Even when surrounded by friends and family who love you, it can be difficult to explain the vulnerable truth of how loneliness in entrepreneurship feels. It can also be scary to let people know the reality of what’s going on! We don’t want to undermine our own efforts or make it seem like we don’t have it all together. This mindset can lead us to feeling burned out and disconnected.
In today’s episode I chat with Jessica Sanchez, a Dallas business owner, about loneliness, how we can combat it, and vulnerable truths no one talks about. Get ready to feel heard, understood, and inspired.
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About the Guest:
Jessica Sanchez is a USAF Veteran, mom, creative, entrepreneur, and founder of the ColorPOP Print Studio. Jessica knows firsthand how hard it is to start a business or learn a new trade. Especially when it’s without having the proper resources due to lack of self-funding or knowledge. She now educates other business owners on how to start their own printing business and utilize e-commerce as a selling tool.
Follow Jessica Sanchez on Instagram, check out her website here.
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