06/06/19: 5 Things No One Tells You When You Become An Entrepreneur

By Stephanie Burns, ForbesWomen

When I became an entrepreneur, I distinctly remember thinking, “I had no idea I would be writing this much. My main job function is writing.” I was in the thick of creating Chic CEO, a website  designed to give women the resources they needed to start a business. But what I was actually doing, was writing.  A LOT. Anyone who has started a business can attest to the fact that there are   a lot of things they do daily that have nothing to do with their core competency.

Here are a few things that no one told me when I became an entrepreneur.

Read more here.

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