The co-founder of The Little Market says it may be a profit to not learn about each drawback you are about to face.
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Lauren Conrad, co-founder of nonprofit honest commerce store The Little Market, admits that going into the method of beginning a enterprise, she and Hannah Skvarla did not know what they did not know. “It might have been a blessing because starting a non-profit is very overwhelming and it could have been intimidating in the beginning,” she explains. “This way we tackled problems as they came.”
Rather than being crushed by a mountain of issues, Lauren and Hannah took issues one step at a time, taking the recommendation of specialists within the trade. “It takes a while to start a business or a non-profit, and we were able to take our time and grow the business organically.” Being pressured to transfer slowly, Lauren says, turned out to be an enormous profit, giving them the time to find out about their clients, and develop at a sustainable, manageable tempo.