I started to worry that no one wanted to talk to me on my show because, you know, I'm a small time entrepreneur. I mean I've had half a million dollar companies and I've invested in real estate and I've managed teams of 10 to 20 people, but I'm still relatively unknown. I kind of stayed under this rock even though I wanted to communicate a lot because I felt like I needed to figure things out first and get my ducks in a row and really feel like I understand the structure of what I think is a successful business should look like.
So I just remember coming home to Hawaii and just looking at my sister and just bursting into tears just because of how overwhelmed I was. Because it was it's a recreational service meaning you have to be available on the weekends, on the evenings, in the morning and during the day there's no restricted business hours for it.
So today I'm going to talk about how I got started as an entrepreneur. My story of basically moving from Hawaii, coming to New York City and that experience. So stay tuned. Hi. So when I decided to come to New York City, it was almost on a whim as graduating from the University of … Continue reading How I moved to NYC Broke, alone, and without a job
Hi, thanks for joining us today at the vibrant entrepreneur podcast. I'm Krity! So today we are going to talk about a very big problem I believe that is stopping us from being great entrepreneurs --- whether it's because we are working on a new project, our new product as an entrepreneur and we currently … Continue reading How to maintain your Startup phase energy
That's why it's important for us to implement some aspects of this formula that has helped me and I'm still learning. So everything I teach is stuff I've learned, but it doesn't mean it's stuff I've mastered. Let me tell you, I still fall on the floor and I still am delighted when I talk to a really nice customer service person. So I call it the Oshita Energy Formula. And we're going to start off with the most, most, most, most, most important thing, which is attention.
The point is is that failure is real. It's so real and it's so real that maybe that's why you're not starting the business. You see what's happened to other people. But the optimistic, awesome answer is that success is real and we can get there through by minimizing our risk through using data and systems.
The first month and a half of my new startup is past me. It's interesting how quickly something exciting, turns into something scary and then into something so normal and familiar. Time has flown by, but it feels like a much longer time since I had made that call about leasing out the space for … Continue reading 4 Lessons I learned from my first month owning a health club
Hi Everyone, Check out this video about this crazy new adventure I am embarking on - opening my own woman's high end health club. What do you think about it? This is a major turn around but I feel really confident about this path. It happened really quickly within a few weeks. However I had … Continue reading The crazzy entrepreneurial decision I made this month! Did I make a mistake?