Isabella Löwengrip is the impersonation of #bosslady. Apart from being described as a true pioneer within influencer marketing she is also considered to be one of the world's leading forces behind the digital revolution and a role model to the next generation entrepreneurs. Currently employing over 80 people and with a net reach of approximately 1.8 million unique followers worldwide, every week, Isabella is a force to be reckoned with. In addition to that she is also a constant chair member in multiple businesses including the investment company Löwengrip Invest and the quickly expanding skin care brand Löwengrip. The Neutralista finally got the chance to speak to her during a recent event and asked her to share her best advise to young people wanting to start their own businesses.
Isabella's top 6 advise:
1) Listen to your gut. Your intuition is your best friend when making difficult decisions.
2) Test your wings. If there is a time in your life when you can really test your wings, it is before you turn thirty. So dare to put them to the test and see how they fly! If that means going to school, taking a year of or traveling the world is up to you to decide.
3) Dare to fail. Sometimes you'll succeed, other times you'll fail, but that is all just a part of your journey. You live and you learn, that is how you grow both as a professional and as a person. Unfortunately there are few people in Sweden who dare to openly speak of their missteps since they are afraid of being judged, but remember that everyone makes mistakes once in a while even if it doesn't seem like it.
4) Be true to yourself. Do what you want to do and try not to listen to nay-sayers who are telling you what you are and aren't capable of.
5) Believe in yourself. As simple as that.
6) Have fun! The most important thing when building a business is to have fun because there is no greater driving force than passion. So do whatever you are passionated about, and one day you will hopefully be able to turn your hobby into a business.
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