If you’re no longer happy being employed at your company, maybe it’s time to start thinking about working for yourself, being your own boss, and having your own business. A lot of people consider this idea, and author Tonja Demoff has provided a lot of good advice to people over the years who are thinking about it. Should you start a business? Here are three reasons why it might be a good idea. Continue reading “3 Reasons You Should Start Your Own Business”
Author Tonja Demoff has spent years in the trenches as a realtor for Long Beach real estate. Over those years she’s seen both the highs and the lows of what entrepreneurship can bring. She’s experienced great success, bitter failure, triumphant come backs, and even betrayal from people she trusted. But none of that has stopped her, and the lessons she learned are valuable ones that anyone can benefit from. There are many things budding entrepreneurs can learn from Tonja and she’s willing to share a few tips to get you started. Continue reading “4 Things Tonja Demoff Can Teach You”
No matter what kind of business you decide to start, one of the most important things you will need to consider is marketing. Without customers or clients, you may offer a great product or service, but those customers and/or clients won’t come looking for you if they don’t know you’re there. Author Tonja Demoff has been part of Long Beach real estate for years, and has a few good pieces of advice for people that are wondering how they can market themselves and their business. Continue reading “Marketing Really Matters”
The decision to go into business for yourself can be both frightening and exciting at the same time. This is especially true if you’ve spent most of your professional life on a salaried job, with a fixed structure and plan for your life. Becoming an entrepreneur throws much of that out the window. If this is your first time making the decision to run your own business, you’re going to have a lot to learn. Continue reading “Tonja Demoff Has The Answers You’re Looking For”
When you hold resentment towards another it ultimately harms you, and only you. Forgiveness is not for the other person it is for you. Unfortunately to many people hold on to such negativity and then they sabotage their own lives, their health and well being. In my book I talk about the power of “Releasing”, “moving forward” and “thriving” in the face adversity. Don’t allow yourself to accept anything less.