The truth is, when you go into business for yourself, nothing is really “comfortable.”
I love connecting with other writers and business owners. One of the most rewarding steps I’ve taken since making the move to full-time self-employment was joining a local networking group. I get to meet face-to-face with other business owners once a month to share insights and …
Being in business for yourself changes you.
I’ve discovered there are many benefits to both ways of thinking when it comes to running your own business.
When you work as a solopreneur, life is a constant balancing act.
A careful look at the difference between being subtle selling and the car salesman approach.
The sun is shining. The birds are singing. The trees are blossoming. And I just finished my best month of self-employment to date.
My latest adventures in the freelance hustle. Sharing my highs, lows and weekly reflections.
Kicking off Q2 with a bang. Sharing my highs, lows and weekly reflections.
I’ve officially made it through my first quarter as a full-time freelancer, and what a ride it has been. Here’s a look at my goals for Q2.