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Four Ways to Spring Clean Your Business


Spring is finally here, and with it comes that age-old desire to refresh things. Cleaning up something that may be a little dusty, letting things go that no longer serve you, refreshing things...

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Competitors Are Your Greatest Untapped Asset

Thinking about your competition can feel incredibly threatening to even the most seasoned entrepreneur. We like to think that our product, service, or skillset is unique. When we see someone doing...

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Freelancing Is More Secure Than Your Day Job


Most people believe that being employed by someone else is the most stable and consistent way to provide for themselves and their families. That’s one of the main reasons that the vast...

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Four Ways to Reboot Your Business Model

 There are as many types of solopreneur business models as there are solopreneurs. When you work for yourself, by yourself, you can reinvent what you do whenever you want.

That’s...

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Six Ways To Start Thinking Like a Boss

Traditional employment conditions us to be dependent.

When you work for other people, they take care of you. Your paycheck goes into your account and has already been taxed, your 401K has...

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How to Manage a Freelance Workforce

 

The freelance workforce has been growing steadily for decades and it’s estimated that The Great Resignation will add 10 million more people to the self-employed. With more people...

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The Eight Types of Solopreneurs

entrepreneur freelance Aug 23, 2021
 

Whether you call it freelancing, consulting, contracting, or gig-work…the independent work revolution is real.

According to Upwork, 36% of the US workforce freelanced in 2020 and...

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When You're Addicted to Entrepreneurship Success Has Nothing to Do with Money

Entrepreneurship is a risky business. (Pun intended.)

About 20% of businesses will close in their first year and only 50% will survive past the five-year mark.

And that’s just the actual...

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How to Battle Solopreneur Loneliness

Entrepreneurship is an addiction. If you’re predisposed you know it because you are never satisfied by doing things on other people’s terms, for other people’s reasons, or on...
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How to Make Yourself Indispensable as a Freelancer

I approach my work in a way that makes me indispensable to my clients so that I become an integral part of their team. And becoming an integral part of their team makes me indispensable because...

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