WI Food Drive - 10 bags
I search the internet, read books, scour magazine articles, hoping for some majical tip on how to (very) easily get my invention to market but no...as it appears, you DO have to do some major leg work. *Sigh*
It's kind of like losing weight...if you want to see results, you have to sweat. Not just one week of walking the treadmill but months and months of blood, sweat and tears (OK, a little dramatic but you get the picture).
I have a laundry list of steps I need to take to keep the ball rolling for the EM but the literal laundry is piling up and quite frankly, I am ready for a break from my EM.
However, as I was checking twitter (a very silly and self indulgent example of today's "me-isms" but a good tool for networking), I noticed that "entreprenette" was following me.
With a name like "entreprenette", I had to investigate and I'm happy I did! Sarah Shaw is in the business of helping inventors take their "big idea" from concept to reality and for an added bonus, she is an inventor herself.
After reading her story of the hard work it took to get her handbag line off the ground, I became re-inspired and ready to get back to work myself - without the luxury of a magic wand.
If you are looking for some help from an experienced entrepreneur or just want to read and inspiring story, visit www.entreprenette.com.
In addition to reviewing my "to do" list for the EM, I would like to give a special thanks to an amazing, uplifting and inspirational person that encourages me to "keep chasing the dream".