Small Business Influencer

Helping Small Businesses Have a Voice in a Big Business Auditorium

Navigating the small business landscape can be overwhelming and all out emotionally challenging. As a business owner, I function in several areas, but most CEOs do.  "How to Build an Empire".  There are several types of entrepreneurs: the hustle entrepreneur (part-time income often not claimed on taxes, YIKES!), the home-based business (often less than $250,000 income, operating out of your home), the solo entrepreneur (no employees, functioning as a single-member LLC), and the small business owner (who has employees and all the stresses that come with the employees, revenue projections, sales, human resources, etc., just like a large business but without the tax advantages and perks). As a small business influencer, I know each is completely different, but all have one thing in common: HARD WORK! 

Navigating a firm with employees is completely different than being a solo entrepreneur with no legal employee obligations.  Optimizing employees is essential as Towan shares in her video here. The reality is that many of us don’t have family, peers, or mentors who run million-dollar businesses; don’t have bank loans or law firms on retainer; and have never written a check for $100,000 to the Internal Revenue Service. I didn’t when I started my business in my basement, but there was so much information to learn – about myself, about people, and, unfortunately, about operations.  If you are interested in learning more about business, follow several blogs I have at https://towanisom.com/towan-isom-blog/

Small Business Influencer

Helping Small Businesses Have a Voice in a Big Business Auditorium

Navigating the small business landscape can be overwhelming and all out emotionally challenging. As a business owner, I function in several areas, but most CEOs do - How To Build an Empire.    There are several types of entrepreneurs: the hustle entrepreneur (part-time income often not claimed on taxes, YIKES!), the home-based business (often less than $250,000 income, operating out of your home), the solo entrepreneur (no employees, functioning as a single-member LLC), and the small business owner (who has employees and all the stresses that come with the employees, revenue projections, sales, human resources, etc., just like a large business but without the tax advantages and perks). As a small business influencer, I know each is completely different, but all have one thing in common: HARD WORK!

Helping Small Businesses Have a Voice in a Big Business Auditorium

Navigating a firm with employees is completely different than being a solo entrepreneur with no legal employee obligations.  Optimizing employees is essential as Towan shares in her video here. The reality is that many of us don’t have family, peers, or mentors who run million-dollar businesses; don’t have bank loans or law firms on retainer; and have never written a check for $100,000 to the Internal Revenue Service. I didn’t when I started my business in my basement, but there was so much information to learn – about myself, about people, and, unfortunately, about operations.  If you are interested in learning more about business, follow several blogs I have at https://towanisom.com/towan-isom-blog/ 

If you are interested in starting and optimizing your business operations, you’ve come to the right place. Each month, I share a newsletter about the highs and lows of operating a successful business. Throughout the week, I share videos about the day, which you can access via my social media platforms using the handle @TowanIsomCEO.

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