Noobpreneur is a small business blog offering tips and ideas for small business owners and those who want to enter entrepreneurship with the right mindset.
Starting out as a personal business blog, Noobpreneur has gradually evolved into a multi-authored blog. The number one benefit of having multiple authors is the many perspectives that they bring – Different people with different experiences and expertise will give you, the reader, different views on business or entrepreneurship topics. This, hopefully, will enrich you and help you in your personal and business endeavours.
If you are interested in sharing your thoughts on business and entrepreneurship, we are more than happy to welcome you! Please visit our Business Blogger page to learn why blogging for Noobpreneur.com is beneficial for both you and Noobpreneur.com.
From the Owner: What is Noobpreneur, anyway?
Some of our readers and vistors have asked me this very question: “What is Noobpreneur?”
It is a term I’ve coined to describe myself as – Noobpreneur = Newbie Entrepreneur. I define a newbie entrepreneur as someone who is ALWAYS a newbie (first-timer) in his/her entrepreneurial journey. In other words, a noobpreneur is someone who is not afraid to learn new knowledge and try new things.
Some of the “keywords” in a noobpreneur’s book: Fail fast, perseverance, resilience, kaizen (continuous learning,) and outside-the-box. A noobpreneur is not doing things based on mainstream ideas. Even if he/she choose to do the been-there-done-that opportunities, he/she will observe them, copy them AND modify them.
A noobpreneur is someone who:
1. Loves to fail fast
If a venture was failed, I want it to fail fast, so I can move on to the next venture, one step closer to entrepreneurial success. The faster, the better.
2. Treat business plan as a blog/diary/journal
Business plans are not developed before a noobpreneur starts a business – to a noobpreneur the business plan is just like a diary… even a blog.
3. Doesn’t like to get limited
To a noobpreneur, limitations exist to be challenged. “You need ABC to do XYZ” won’t work to a noobpreneur; a noobpreneur might answer: “I want to do XYZ and will find alternatives to ABC to make that happens – legally.”
4. Failing is good!
Failing is an experience. Success is a burden. You have to fail to be successful. Failing is good! These things make or break a noobpreneur!
So, there you go. If you have anything you have in mind, just tell me. We can share ideas and knowledge. Perhaps we can build a better business together. Or, perhaps we can build our own business better by sharing info. Anything… Just ask.
That’s it then. Please enjoy your visit and let us do our thing.