Find out how to launch a successful business from co-founder of the Drybar, and New York Times bestselling author, Alli Webb.
Starting your own business is hard. The process is filled to the brim with millions of question marks and even more uncertainty. But launching a successful business can be exhilarating and more than rewarding when it works.
Don’t get me wrong—being your own boss and putting it all on the line is incredibly scary. When you decide to start your own business, you take a leap of faith. You can’t let the fear of risk, failure, and disappointment stop you.
You might look at my businesses and think I have it all figured out. I don’t. There was so much to learn when we started Drybar 10 years ago. But that’s the fun of launching a new business—experiencing the unknown and excitement of figuring it all out day by day.
While I continue to learn, there are a few tried and true truths I know about starting a business from scratch. Some of these I knew from watching my parents, owners of several clothing stores in Florida. And some of these truths I have learned, as they say, on the job.