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Being creative is more a choice than a gift. Most creative types borrow ideas and expand on them. This article discusses 3 major steps to take in order to unleash your inner dreamer.
Getting a job where a professional can earn $17.00 – $20.00 an hour means that your annually salary before taxes when working 40 hours a week would be in the range of $32,640 – $38,400. This isn’t bad considering that many Americans are working minimum wage jobs and earning far less than that per year.
I believe it’s a combination of personal influences and all the little independent decisions/reactions that make us who we are. Not being responsible means you either don’t care, don’t understand or you’re forgetful. This article is going to help you with the later two, because if you don’t care, you don’t deserve help.
Money is more emotional, like feelings – than technical, like a calculator. The balancing act that takes place when we use money is the key to money success. I feel there are three major points to fixing any money problem and ultimately gaining a much richer life experience, no matter how much you earn.
Getting your feet wet in a creative business doesn’t have to be expensive or extremely time consuming. If you’re already in a full time job, but have an itch to be your own boss, I’ve found 3 very good small business ideas that just may fit the bill. Each one can be run anytime, day or night and anywhere in the world. All three have a potential to grow into much larger operations if you put in the effort.
There are enough responsibilities to deal with when setting up an online store, you may not want to add computer security and web hosting professional to the list. If you’re serious about business, you may consider working with a company that takes care of the back end of things. My wife and I plan to open an online store sometime in the future, and below I’ve listed some of the companies I feel would be strong contenders for our business
If you’re a do it yourself kind of person and don’t feel you can sit through a 4 to 8 year advanced education, I’ve got a great easy start business that will allow you to make very good money within a short period of time. The business is basically home services related, where you start with two major services areas, junk collecting and lawn maintenance.
I’ve been having talks with one of my adult children lately about keeping on track and staying focused. Every once in a while I come across something that I think is worth repeating – this is one of those times. So often we get advice in the form of a platitude with no real substance of what exactly will solve a problem or get us from point A to point B. Well, I think I have a real solution to help others by using a simple, quick to remember concept – steering a boat.
Going back in time would allow you to fix all sorts of mishaps, right the wrongs of poor decision making and even make tons of money because you know the future. Although I don’t have a time machine to sell you, I am going to tell you how you can use a simple method of forward thinking to create your own virtual time machine.
There’s a certain high that comes from day dreaming winning the lottery or thinking of starting the next big enterprise. Sometimes our day dreaming gets a boost from merchants selling virtual shovels to help us dig our way to riches. But once we own a shovel, why do we need another self help motivational promise full of platitudes? Is a new shovel an edge, or just a quick fix to keep the dream alive?
While working in any profession $13.00 an hour may not sound like the greatest wage, this article, however, is for those professionals who may be currently working for minimum wage and are looking to advance to the next tier of payable wages. Within this article there will be a list of jobs where a professional can earn an average of $12.00 to $15.00 per hour
In this article I share my 3 biggest sins as a small business owner and how it translated into showing disrespect to my staff.
As adults we’re faced with having to learn a very specific knowledge set for our businesses or jobs. The challenge is hanging on to this expanded database for instant recall when needed. Luckily we have a whole world of test subjects to draw information from. I’m going to offer you my thoughts on how to learn anything and remembering it.
This article discusses some popular ways small business owners can use the Internet to automate, share or expand their businesses.
Learning to manage stress is helpful, but how about eliminating it all together. I discuss why I believe we experience stress and what can be done to reduce it by a great degree.
Motivating others involves knowing when to help, when to step a side, how to educate and why setting a role model example matters. I offer some advice on what works for me and what could work for you.
Social media is just one of many ways to connect with clients online. Although there is a great buzz to join a social media service, does it mean we should? I’m going to give you my opinion of social media’s impact on small business with some cool and not so cool things about it
Whether we own a business or not, every professional should know how to price their time. In this article I go over some market examples and offer some good strategies to consider.
Creating a brand is more than making a cool graphic and snappy name. It’s about expressing a company culture that resonates with consumer emotions and building triggers that connect these feelings to your product in the minds of your clients.
Public speaking demands a strong presentation and solid people skills. Our article helps spell out ways to overcome fear and add value to any public speaking event.
Becoming a business person isn’t about being super human, it’s about being smart and taking the time to figure out how business works. Our article gives you a great introduction to becoming an entrepreneur.
Selling makes the wheels of commerce spin and is the means to potentially great wealth for those of us who understand its secrets. This article is about why people buy and how we can integrate that in to our own client relationships.
If you’re thinking about jumping in to a solo enterprise and are asking yourself – “what business I should pick?”. This article is a great place to start. We discuss motive as well as offer some suggestions on what we feel may be a viable choice for different budgets.
The 80-20 Rule is about time management and breaking away from the complacency of group thinking. This article will get you kick started to be a master of time, as well as provide leads to continue your journey for Smashing the 80-20 rule to pieces.