Being an entrepreneur is a dream of many people who have a business mind, butt do not have the business talent. If you have a business intent, the first thing to do is to start with something that you are passionate about. If you have a passion for it, and a talent to do it, this could lead to a successful business venture. You do not want to try to start a business by just jumping into it without any direction. You must have a plan of action with an end result in mind. Doe Deer, founder of the make up company Lime Crime, offers advice for entrepreneurship. She suggests that anyone thinking of building a business start with the natural skill or talent that you were born with. If not a natural skill, then one that has been developed over the years. Harness this ability into vision, then act to make this vision a reality. Learn more: http://frenchtribune.com/teneur/25362-how-controversial-doe-deere-became-successful-entrepreneur
If you rush into a business blindly, without planning, the the outcome could be an overwhelming disaster. Doe Deer recommends that you dissect any problems that arises, and with the help of colleagues and employees, try to find solutions to one portion of the issue at a time. Doe Deer is a successful entrepreneur who founded Lime Crime in 2006 after experimenting with make up brands looking for a definitive look for herself. After posting her different looks over the internet for feed back, she received inquiries from many who wanted the same look. Doe started to create her own brand with an explosive new way of wearing it. It had a cult flavor that immediately became an overnight success. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/doe-deere/
Doe attributes her success in the Lime Crime make up trend to the fact that she love painting and artistry as a child. She was always involved with some type of activity where she could use pencils and paints. She grew up experimenting with make up as early as age nine. Coming into adulthood, she was embarking on her own self image and what she liked in make up. From this passion, her business was formed and soared to tremendous heights. The name Lime Crime came about in 2004 when she needed a name for her ebay store, and Lime Crime was the first thing that popped in her mind. The name was not registered by anyone, so it became her the name off her exclusive make up brand.