Young entrepreneurs are often mistaken as the employee rather than the boss. But with staff who have your back, this is one ego you can let go.
Quitting a day job that provides a stable income for a business venture is a big risk. Ebony Centazzo of Catnapping Suburban Retreat is doing just that.
Yesterday morning the motivation monster creeped into my bedroom before I woke and stole my motivation for the day. I really don’t like when it does this. Luckily it doesn’t happen that often. I always surround myself with inspiring quotes and images, and I love reading stories about people living their dreams. I have been
In the past couple of years, I have attended many business workshops and seminars. They all start off the same way, asking the same question:” What is your big WHY?” “What is the reason for what you’re doing?” “What is driving you?” I would sit there and think I don’t really have a “drive.” Because
Editor’s note: Ebony Centazzo, founder of Cat Napping Suburban Retreat, knew she wanted to start a business – she just didn’t know what kind of business. She put in the hard work, and finally came up with a business idea that incorporated one of her great loves – animals. A self professed “crazy cat lady”,