1. What is your “day job” and how many hours do you work in a week?

I am the Business Manager for David Yurman jewelry at Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills.



  1. What is your business? (What do you sell/who do you serve and why?)

I help soloprenuers enhance their websites to be more engaging to build their client list and generate more sales.



  1. For how many years have you run a business alongside your regular job?

7 years



  1. Why did you decide to start a business?

I am limited in my income at Neiman Marcus and want to grow my business so that it is my main source of income.



  1. In your first 6 months of starting your business, please list out the top 3 pain points you struggled with:


  • Not having enough time
  • Connecting to my ideal client
  • Lacked the big picture of creating a plan, strategy and funnel



  1. How did you overcome these pain points?

I took classes and joined a mastermind group



  1. How good are you at delegating tasks to others?

I don’t delegate, I do everything myself. I do employ time saving services such as Leadpages, Meet Edgar, Canva for Business.



  1. Do you feel you have a good balance between your job, business and personal life. If yes, how did you achieve this? If no – why not?

No, I do not have a good balance. I am gone for my day job 12 hours a day, 5 days per week. I have almost no time for a social life.



  1. What are your top 3 tips for people starting a business alongside their regular jobs?


  • Invest in yourself: take classes to master social media. Pick your top 2 channels and focus on those.
  • Create content: video, blogging. Squeeze these tasks in where you can: on your lunch break, work on a FB live, or blog post.
  • Make sure there is a market for what you sell and that you have a unique position to serve that market.




  1. If you could change one thing about your start up process when you started your business what would that be?

Been more disciplined to stick to a weekly schedule of tasks.



  1. Do you have plans to transition to full time business owner? Why?

Yes, once I get my current business booked out for 6 months, full time.



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