Message for EE community #1

A. You are:

  1. The reason why Educated Entrepreneurs exists
  2. My and Your opportunity for a better world
  3. EE’s brand
  4. What Educated Entrepreneurs is/ will be all about
  5. The one who truly decides if I am helpful or not

B. I see no point in being:

  1. The boss, when I can be a leader
  2. The one who takes the credit, when I can give the credit
  3. The smartest guy in the room, when I can learn for each and everyone of you
  4. Manipulative, when I can ask questions
  5. Pushy, when I can ask for permission
  6. Always right, when I can listen
  7. Serve my interests, when I can be of service

C: I see no point in writing:

  1. Hundreds of texts no one cares about, hoping that some will get your heart and mind
  2. Things that seem cool to me, but are not useful enough for you
  3. For every entrepreneur online, when I can write specifically for your needs and want

D. Therefore, if you are a member of Educated Entrepreneurs, please use the comments section bellow and tell me:

  1. What is your biggest pain/ problem as an entrepreneur?
  2. What keeps you up at night?
  3. If you could solve only ONE THING in your business/ future business, what would that be?
  4. If you could name something that is holding you back, what would that be?
  5. What do you want to gain from your business? Why did you started/ do you want to start?

I will create EE’s blog strategy based on what you need. I will write custom/ exclusive articles for free, specifically for those of you who will offer their honest answers. We are a community. Let’s communicate, engage and grow together! I am here for you!

  • Loli Parekh

    Hi cristian. To answer your questions: 1: my biggest problem as an entrepreneur is to find the right market to target and approach them.
    2: finances keep me up at night. If I take my buisness full time how will it go on that particular point?
    3: I stuggle to sell myself out there. Advertisement would be something I d want to solve.
    4: Time is holding me back. Definitly. Between my day job and being a full time mum it can be difficult.
    5: my art is more than a hobby. It’s a passion. I lose myself in it, I can get away for a little while in that happy place where nothing bothers me. When my buisness will be a success I ll be able to live more happily, doing something that provides for my family as well as make me happy. I won’t have to see my day job as a way to pay the bill as I will enjoy it and it wont feel like a job as much.
    Here is my website:
    Thank you.

    • Loli Parekh, I am already preparing the article. I have two questions for you:
      1. Do you already have customers/ clients for your art? If yes, how many customers/ clients and how many units have you sold? You can answer both in total and in the past 12 months.
      2. How much do you communicate with your customers/ clients and how do you do that?

      • Loli Parekh

        I dold 2 pieces to 2 different clients, one via commission and the other via a gallery website I use. I sold others to my family and friends which I dont count as clients as such I guess. On that side I would say I sold at a reduced price aprocimately 4. That is in the past 12 months.
        I communicate more on social medias in the last 6 to 8 months than I have done before. I am only starting to get out there and go to art related events, I d say in the past 2 months or so. At the begining of january I upgraded my website account so that I could start a newsletter but have not come round to do that yet. M struggling to start it. I spoke to Catherine a little bit and I think I ll start that soon as I get a minute.
        I have interacted more with other artists so far and i know that is where I am going to need to advertise more to potential buyers so I made a list of art magasine that I can contact in order to possibly have them advertise my work.