“One of the greatest things you have in life is that no one has the authority to tell you what you want
Commitment is what drives your ability to do the impossible: start your own small business. You’ve gotten this far through your hard work and dedication, but keeping up the momentum through the difficult times is where commitment really comes into play.
The biggest hurdle is always taking that initial step--that initial leap. It's usually up to the entrepreneur to find that drive within themselves to take that first step. Most people are usually afraid of what it will entail, but everything is all about taking little baby steps. Ask for help, find mentors, get friends or family to pitch in -- get some guidance.
Nobody can do everything on their own. Take it from OCIE SBDC consultant, Lisa Napolitano: “the more you can create a network for yourself around your business, the better you can do sales and marketing.” When you open yourself up to teamwork within your own business or our network, you gain resources and insights that you wouldn’t have had otherwise.
On September 21, 2021, the California State University Fullerton Small Business Development Center (CSUF SBDC) hosted a small business clinic program offered in collaboration with the City of Brea and the Brea Chamber of Commerce at the Brea Civic Center located at One Civic Center, Brea, CA.
On August 25, 2021, the California State University Fullerton Small Business Development Center (CSUF SBDC) hosted a small business clinic program offered
Showcasing the launch of 13 new businesses in Orange County With the goal to assist entrepreneurs in accelerating the introduction of their
With a goal to assist brick-and-mortar businesses as they recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Orange County Inland Empire Small Business Development Center (OCIE SBDC) hosted by California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), has launched the Main Street Digital program.
Introducing 35+ Women-Owned BusinessesIn Partnership with TheWMarketPlace FULLERTON, Calif. February 09, 2021 – With the goal to assist female entrepreneurs and women
Helping Small Businesses Survive COVID-19 Yields Constant Surprises SBDC Working to Save 57,000 Local Jobs Since March, the Small Business Development Center
COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grants 824 small businesses were selected to receive grants ranging from $5000 to $10,000 through the Huntington Beach
Cal State Fullerton reported receiving more than $6.5 million in awards, grants and contracts in June 2020 for assisting local small businesses
California Statewide Industry Specific Informational Reopening Videos The SBDC is providing statewide industry-specific informational videos to provide a more in-depth look at
Situation Mr. Mark Vaca came to Inland Empire SBDC in Dec 2014 to meet with Karla Gonzalez, after attending a Certification Workshop
A quinceañera marks the transition from childhood to womanhood for young Latina girls. Anika Alexa believes planning a quinceañera can serve an
Desert Hot Springs Chiropractic Has Your Back, Neck, and Everything Else Dr. Tiffany Raith is proud to serve the chiropractic needs of
In the emerging medical field of cell and gene therapies, Basilard Biotech displays immense promise despite its young age. Now, only seven
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