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Meet Sydnie Kremin
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GAME CHANGER: The Story of One of My BIGGEST BUSINESS DISCOVERIES!
went out many times, I had to stay home because I was a teenage dad and had responsibilities. The house wasn’t going to clean itself, and those poopy diapers needed someone to change them. So, I stayed home and was basically alone. Being alone wasn’t all bad. I did have plenty of time to daydream about being rich, as well as study business and various business models. In that sense, it was a blessing and a curse. It is often said that being an entrepreneur is the loneliest job in the world, and in many cases, that is 100 percent true. It is hard to talk about difficult times because most
When I was first starting out in business in my early 20s, I had so many skewed thoughts. Some examples included the thought that the franchise model was the be-all, end-all to business. I used to think that no one (and by no one, I mean employees) could do things better than I could — boy was I wrong there. Although the previous beliefs held me back, the one belief that I had in my 20s that held me back the most was that I could go it all alone. I was a bit of a loner when I was in school and as a young adult. Part of it came from being an entrepreneur and simply thinking differently than many of my peers. Part of it came from having a kid early, so I felt I was all alone. The truth of the matter is that, in some ways, I was alone. While all of my friends
“It is often said that being an entrepreneur is the loneliest job in the world, and in many cases, THAT IS 100 PERCENT TRUE.”
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