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Five ways to help an entrepreneur without giving them money.

August 19th, 2016 Posted by Wait What Really Ok Podcast No Comment yet
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Five ways to help an entrepreneur without giving them money. The podcast blog supplement for iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really Ok Episode 25: Are you helping or enabling friends and family with their dreams?

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Five ways to help an entrepreneur with out giving them money…directly!

Sometimes it doesn’t have to be a loan, a donation or an investment of cash to help out an aspiring entrepreneur. In the middle of all their work, their drive and their efforts, your support can come in a different form and be just as effective, if not more so. These methods mostly include investment, but not direct cash in to direct hands.

Five ways to help an entrepreneur. Zero Dollar Tip.

The first of the five ways to help an entrepreneur is the free one. Who can you connect them with? Be the connector, the networker, the middle man (or woman) and that introducer. Open up communication with others that might want to invest, partner with or can help to expedite things that much faster.

On the same note though, be careful in who you introduce to who. Realize it is your reputation before you go to make the connection!

Four of the Five ways to help an entrepreneur. Indirect monies for direct assistance.

The last four of the five ways to help an entrepreneur are funding, but indirect funding in to areas they need, but might not realize they need at first. This type of investment, gift, loan or donation can make all the difference.

Five ways to help an entrepreneur without giving the money to them directly.

2. Hiring on a lawyer or paying for a lawyer to go over contracts, incorporation and internal agreements to protect the entrepreneur, investors and hey, yourself!

3. Paying graphic designers to help with the logos, the website design, the business cards, the social media headers, letter heads, avatars and implementation of the visual brand on to the products.

4. Hiring a branding strategist, business advisor, coach or team to help align, define and refine the message that is being put out there for both marketing but also for pitching for additional funding and other levels of exposure.

5. The last of the five ways to help an entrepreneur can come in hiring some part time help. Pay for an assistant or some help by the hour. Help them by hiring them some minions for a few days here or a few hours there.

Either way, make sure you stay on he helping side and avoiding the enabling support. These are all places that can help them grow, secure and build their businesses as you know the money is going where it needs to.

Tune In on iHeartRadio to listen to Episode 25 of the Wait What Really OK Podcast or on Spreaker at: https://spreaker.com/user/lorenweisman/are-you-helping-or-enabling-friends

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Five ways to help an entrepreneur without giving them money.

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Hosted by Business Coach and Strategist, Loren Weisman and available on iHeartRadio, Wait What Really Ok is A Methodical, Comical and Informational Podcast covering the best approaches for business and the arts today.
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