As featured in new theory.“What is the key to success?” is one of the most frequently asked questions by business owners in the entrepreneurial space. It is not a secret that 90 percent of those who start a business end up failing within five years. However, to be successful, you need to be disciplined, persistent, passionate and have the drive to work hard to accomplish your goals, plans, and objectives.
But, let’s be honest, you can have the biggest and brightest dreams of success through your business, but a lack of funding can often cripple a business, especially in its infancy. Lack of funding is one of the chief obstacles startups face in their journey to achieve success. Jason Greer understands this better than most.
The Start Of A Journey
When Jason Greer started his business in 2005, he had a vision of providing employment and labor relations services and offering diversity training. He wanted to help employers create better and more robust work environments for their managers and employees. His passion lay in the idea that he could assist companies in overcoming their external and internal challenges in every way possible. The problem was that he was nearly flat broke.