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Sam's Word, LLC

Don't Just Take Anyone's Word. Take Sam's Word.

P (203) 800-7119 / F (877) 597-1112

P.O. Box 120068, East Haven, CT 06512

Content development strategists, specializing in written business communications.

We assist you with your writing needs, so you can focus on your business goals.

Entrepreneurship – It Ain’t for Everybody!

Hustle, hustle, hustle, HARD! – We all know those lyrics, but is hustling right for you? 

Gone are the days of hustlers being only drug dealers and pimps. This is 2017 and just about anyone can be a hustler. All you have to do is understand where there is a need, build trust, and start a business.

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See that section where all the bubbles intersect? That is what you should focus on. When you find something you are passionate about, you’re actually pretty good at it, and people will pay you for doing it – you have found your purpose!! I have two passions: helping people and writing. The point where these two passions meet is where success happens!

You also need to understand that being an entrepreneur is not for the lazy or uninspired slacker! It takes work! You will work when no one else is working.

Unlike many hustlers, I do believe that hustlers do sleep and we need our sleep. However, you will catch me working until it’s time to go to sleep. You will find me working on a Saturday, while my son is napping (which is when I wrote this) and you will see me working between 5:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m. before he wakes up. Even when we’re sleeping, we’re working, thinking, evaluating, contemplating, and worrying. We work even when there is not an immediate payment to be received. We do it because it is our passion.

Now you know what it takes to be a hustler/entrepreneuer but are you ready???

You already know what I’m going to say! What do you actually know about this hustle? Have you conducted any RESEARCH? What is the average pay in your area? Are there jobs currently available? What are the educational and basic qualifications? Do you meet them? Do you need to gain experience, education, job specific skills, certifications, or licensure? What is the hustle's expected career forecast? Is this a growing industry or a dying one? Are there organizations you should join for exposure and gain insight? Don't just jump into something because it is exciting right now. Make sure it is worth the time, energy, and resources you will invest in it.


Have you gone through this process and you’re still confused? Let Sam’s Word help you figure it all out! Contact us today at writers@samsword.com to schedule a career consultation with a qualified and knowledgeable employment specialist. I mean, why should you do all that research when we can do it for you??

Love Lost?

Remember the joy you felt when you got your business up and running? Life couldn't have been any better. You finally have the job of your dreams, you are your own boss and you make your own schedule. Things were working out for the best and you are over the moon with happiness because you are finally running a business doing what you love to do.

Now fast forward a couple of years. The happy go lucky business owner is miserable and wondering where has the love gone. We have to remember that when we take the thing that we love and start doing it for money, it becomes a job. It's no longer the hobby that we lose time in. It is no longer the hobby to turn to, to relieve stress. It is now the stress. So how to fall back in love with your business?

Answer these questions - What made you decide to turn your love/talent into a business? When did you start falling out of love with your business? Has money become the key to success? Did you start to have a "by any means necessary" mentality?

If you're frowning and shaking your head after you answered the questions, then it is time to re-evaluate. It's time to bring the love back into your business or it's time to walk away and regain your hobby/talent for your self. Hopefully, you can maintain the two and get things back on track. You may have added too much to the table. Pull back a little and get back to the roots; the beginning. Think about what products are really necessary. Less, sometimes can mean more.

Share your thoughts and/or experiences - How can you regain the love lost for your business?  

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Call or Text: (203) 800 - 7119 / Fax: (877) 597 - 1112

P.O. Box 120068, East Haven, CT 06512

Email: Writers@SamsWord.com