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Fake Yourself Out: Marketing Techniques for People Who Hate Sales

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It’s one of the great paradoxes of working for yourself and creative work generally. The same people who relish being their own boss, forging the direction of their own work, and earning money entirely from their own ideas also tend,… [Read More]

How to Conduct A Personalized Annual Review for Your Business

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At the end of the year, most of us are in one of three states: swamped trying to finish projects before the holidays already checked out for the holidays scrambling to line up business for after the holidays No matter… [Read More]

4 Tricks to Grow Your Business – Even When You’re Too Busy To Market

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Is your business booming? Congratulations! Your clients are giving you more work than you can handle, or the orders are piling in – either way, you’re keeping so busy you barely have time to come up to breathe. Having a… [Read More]

Case Study: What We Can Learn From Two Wildly Successful Food Bloggers

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As far as blogs go, food blogging has a rather clear path to success: pick a niche grow your readership get a book deal for a cookbook (or 10) teach cooking classes But while it may seem like every food… [Read More]

Looking to Buy an Existing Website? My Experience & What You Need to Know

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Old design of site when I purchased it. I was recently featured on a website I love, The Work at Home Woman in a whopping 3300-word profile on how to buy an established blog, how to avoid the mistakes I… [Read More]

Three Psychological Tricks to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

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If you are like me, you probably catch yourself frequently falling into the ever-enticing but yet dangerous pitfall of comparing yourself to others. According to social scientists,  we compare ourselves to others so we can evaluate our own opinions and… [Read More]