Often we don’t have to reinvent the wheel to learn something new – we can just ask experts in the field who can draw on their experience to enlighten us. Below, we’ve shared insights insiders from various industries have shared with us.

Doris Logan | Real Estate Investor

There are several obstacles about my industry that most are probably unaware of but the two major obstacles are that most developers and/or home flippers in the United states are small businesses. Yes, there are the major players in this industry, but they only make about less than 33% of the new homes that come on to the market. Which means that most of the homes that people are currently purchasing on the Atlanta market is stemming from local small businesses. These local flippers and developers are fighting to build teams, employ locals in the community, and source inexpensive quality products. You can imagine the stress entailed with running a full operation of building or rebuilding a property from scratch. Read more>>

Jaz Milli | Entreprenuer and Mental Health Enthusiast

One thing about the entreprenerial industry that outsiders may be unaware of is that work is needed to be put in. Often times entreprenuers are looked at as people who do not work. It is a popular misconception and in reality, in order to make our dreams reality, work has to be put in. Who would get the job done other than you, especially when most entrepreneurs do most of the work alone for the first couple of years before getting a team. Read more>>

Vanessa Smith | Creative Director & Designer at Kakes Kreations

One of the main things that people are probably most unaware of is that crochet cannot be replicated by machine. Crochet can only be done by hand. Every single stitch of a crochet item had to be done by an artisan. Read more>>

Yamit Leinwand | Entrepreneur Mom

The community & self growth which I didn’t know myself starting this business and it was the biggest blessing. Read more>>