Business and Marketing Strategist Susan Baroncini-Moe Says “Do Whatever It Takes!” to Achieve Success In Challenging Economic Times

Business and marketing author says business success comes with a lot of commitment and elbow grease and can still happen, even during the sequester.

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Business in Blue Jeans

Business in Blue Jeans

“Businesses actually can grow and even thrive in this economy, but you have to be willing to do whatever it takes."

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

Susan Baroncini-Moe, author of "Business in Blue Jeans: How to Have a Successful Business on Your Own Terms, in Your Own Style" commented on the increased necessity for commitment and hard work for business owners and entrepreneurs, due to the sequester.

“We live in an instant gratification world,” said Baroncini-Moe from her home office in Indianapolis, Indiana, “And people expect that they can start a business and achieve success overnight. Overnight successes, though, rarely happen overnight, especially in this economy.”

After the fiscal cliff and the debt ceiling crisis, the sequester has many would-be entrepreneurs and fledgling business owners wondering if this is a time in which any business can succeed. “I’m scared,” said Will Byrnum, of Louisville, “I’ve been trying to grow my business for quite some time, but I just don’t know if it’s possible now.”

“Businesses actually can grow and even thrive in this economy,” said Baroncini-Moe, a business and marketing strategist for business owners and consultant for large corporations, “but you have to be willing to do whatever it takes to succeed.”

Baroncini-Moe points to her own success and those of her clients as examples of businesses that are thriving in a challenging economy, “My clients whose businesses have grown, even during the recession, even in spite of all of the crazy challenges we’ve seen in this economy, are the ones who are willing to do whatever it takes and really put that elbow grease in when it’s needed. You can’t give up just because it’s tough going. You can do anything you put your mind to—that’s what my mom used to tell me, and it’s absolutely true...even during the sequester.”

Susan Baroncini-Moe is the author of “Business in Blue Jeans: How to Have a Successful Business on Your Own Terms, in Your Own Style,” and is a business and marketing strategist. She regularly speaks to audiences of all sizes, and has shared the stage with business giants like Michael E. Gerber, Larry Winget, Bob Burg, David Meerman Scott, Chris Brogan, and 29 other business and marketing bestselling authors, celebrity entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. Susan and her businesses have been featured in Redbook Magazine, USA Today, Investor’s Business Daily, American Express Open Forum, MSNBC, BBC, Time, Reuters US, Reuters UK, Slate.com, People, and Discovery. Susan is a Guinness World Records® recordholder, and she and her husband, Leo, live in Indianapolis, Indiana and travel the globe together. You can find out more about her consulting and training services, as well as her speaking at http://businessinbluejeans.com or http://susanbaroncini-moe.com.


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