The hard truth is, whether you’re working for yourself or someone else, it doesn’t matter how good of a job you’re doing if nobody knows about it.
It’s been ten months since I committed to REVOLUTIONIZE my lifestyle by not shopping for a year. Yes, ladies and gents.TEN MONTHS of mostly avoiding impulse buys—mostly things like clothes and accessories I don't need.
There’s no question. Your About page is one of the most important places to dedicate time and attention to, yet so many of us struggle to pull it together. Why? It’s freaking hard to write about ourselves. And harder, still, to parlay your story into something that asks for business. Hard, but not impossible.
What happens when the person who lets you down most is you? Overcoming the guilt and anger you might feel on top of being downright disappointed is totally possible. Here’s how…
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by what’s on your plate, use this simple activity to eliminate what’s getting in the way of your goals.
Getting what you need, and feeling good about it!
“How much should I charge my customers” is the number one question my service-based business clients ask me. Read on to see how to determine your hourly rate. Future posts will cover why you should be charging premium rates (vs just basic rates), and whether hourly rates are right for you.
Sharing your “new idea” with friends and family can actually be much more difficult than launching to people who don’t know you. We fear disappointing those we love, judgment from our peers, and scrutiny from other experts in our field.
If you’re on social media for an ego boost, chase followers. If you’re on social media to grow your business, though, chances are you’re playing with a different set of rules and should temper your expectations.
I’m not sure if there is a perfect balance to how many hours to spend with my kids, but I feel fortunate to be experimenting with that right now and I want to share some perspective from the other side.