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    The business plan

    "Working for yourself is no walk in the park, let me tell you, but it’s very rewarding. You have to be a great multitasker and be prepared to work 24/7 because especially in the early stages you are doing everything yourself. All the while you must stay positive and confident in what you are doing no matter what people tell you."-Kiana Anvaripour of ResultWear

    "I hit the office running; no day is ever the same! eDrop-Off is filled with departments, including photography, copy writing, inventory, management marketing, social media, and client services. My hand is in everything, and I pride myself in having a fun workplace that is filled with some of the most amazing fashion treasures (over 2,000 items sold each week!). With that comes typically 200-300 emails a day, meetings, daily issues, and networking."-Corri McFadden of eDrop-Off

    You know yourself better than anyone. "Follow your passion, and don’t ever let someone or a situation pull you down."-Corri McFadden, founder of eDrop-Off and star of VH1's House of Consignment

    "One thing I’ve learned is to listen to the advice people give you. Usually if I have a question, there is someone out there who has done this wrong or done it right and is more than willing to share with me. Advice is priceless in the world of entrepreneurship."-Kendi Skeen of Kendi Everyday and owner of the Dallas boutique, Bloom