Category: Courage & Confidence

picture of a desk where someone is asking questions to help market yourself

I don’t know about you, but I chafe against the term “personal brand.” If you’re like me, those words evoke images of Instagram influencers being paid to go on fabulous vacations or test expensive beauty products from the comfort of their home. And while I applaud their hustle (and amazingly good fortune, let’s be honest), […]

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Build Your Own Career as a Freelancer

Business traditionalists believe freelancing is strange and uncertain, but young talents understand the benefits of being your own boss. If you are thinking about launching a freelance career, rest assured you are not alone as nearly 60 million people already contribute to the US gig economy. According to some reports, freelancers could even make up […]

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how to start a small business from home

Starting a small business from home can offer countless benefits. This includes greater flexibility over your working hours and the freedom to create your ideal working environment and choose your work schedule. You will also have the opportunity to scale your business, build a reputable brand, and achieve your long-term financial goals. Setting up a […]

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Even with certain states starting to reopen, things are still uncertain. Besides our health, finances are top of mind right now. Here’s 5 ways to manage your personal finances during a continuing uncertain time:  1. Conserve Cash The first, and most important, rule to follow in uncertain times is to conserve cash! You should minimize […]

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handle unmet expectations

Something that almost all people struggle with are forming expectations and having those expectations be unmet. Unmet expectations begin with a lack of communication and an inability to define your needs which can lead to frustration and resentment. Popular ways and places that unmet expectations show up are at work, with loved ones, and with […]

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5 things to do instead of emotional eat

Current events have turned our lives upside down. We’re facing unprecedented circumstances and uncertainty. We’re mostly stuck inside, many of us have lost our jobs, we’ve been forced to create an entirely new way of living, and day by day it is becoming harder to see a future that is certain and “normal” again. Stress […]

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