If we want to grow our businesses, we have to be willing to put ourselves in semi-uncomfortable situations.
It’s hard to have an honest conversation with yourself about a topic you don’t fully understand because you haven’t lived through it. But, if there’s a universal truth that can help guide new freelancers through the initial bombardment of entrepreneurial obstacles, it’s viewing freelancing for what it is...
Paid courses are framed logically. They explain things in straightforward, step-by-step sequences. This helps viewers wrap their brains around concepts and follow clear-cut processes. However, this logic actually spurs two key problems...
It’s not easy, it might not even be efficient — but long-term consistency backed by financial stability can help you make a comfortable living as a freelance writer.
It’s easy to chalk the day or the project up to a “learning experience” and start the next day or project with a blank (and thus, perfect) slate. Most of the time, this is absolutely the wrong move. Here are three ways your perfectionism is killing your side hustle…and what to do instead.
While day batching as a concept may seem simple, I have learned a few things since I started using the system about a year ago. Here’s a step-by-step plan for making it work for you.