This summer, I haven’t been doing as much writing on here as I usually do. That’s because I’ve been making room for more family time and reading time. If you are a writer, my two best pieces of advice to you are to make yourself available to do the work and to read as many books as you possibly can. That may seem counterintuitive–to write, you must read–but it is in the activity of reading where new ideas can begin to be pieced together and your writing style can evolve. I am also a big believer that once you are empty, you must fill yourself again, in order to then give your new findings and perspective away to others. This makes the idea process important, not only for you, but for other people as well.The world needs your ideas. Click To Tweet
Even if it may seem you need to jump straight into writing your next article or your next book, maybe it’s time to crack open a new book and learn from someone else? Remember, writers are readers.
Remember the stories of entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and Mark Zuckerberg? They all started small in garages, dorm rooms, or other unlikely locations. Each of them had something in common: an idea.
Oh, they had other things as well. Business savvy, drive, a willingness to fail and get back up again…and a good business name. Before you embark on any business venture, consider the name. How many businesses (and their websites) have failed because of their name alone? Probably more than you would think.
Here are some things to consider when picking out your business and website name: