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Tracey Clayton
Sep 14, 2019
In General Discussions
Let’s face it: everybody has a side hustle these days — your friends, your co-workers… heck, even the kid next door is in on it; and with good reason! Having a side gig is an excellent way of getting some of that extra dough for your savings account. Yet, the main thing that’s on everyone’s mind is to ultimately turn that hobby into a ‘jobby,’ right? So, how exactly do you accomplish that? Set Clear Goals When you first started out, your primary goal was to make just a few extra bucks on the side. In the past, this seemed like a good goal at the time; now… not so much. If you really want to upgrade your gig-income, you need to think big! Rid yourself of this outdated mentality, stop being content with only a few sporadic and irregular payments, and set entirely new goals for yourself. For instance, start making daily or weekly financial goals and do your best to surpass them. Create a budget and keep track of your progress. Also, try to up your game; if you were writing two posts a week for your blog, increase that number to four, and so on. It’s important to look at these goals as a sort of challenge; this will drive you forward and keep you motivated. Organize Yourself Challenging yourself is one thing — getting organized is a whole different ball game. In a nutshell, what you ought to be doing is getting your hands on tools and apps that automate some of the more repetitive (laborious) tasks to help you accomplish more in less time. Some of the more useful tools — that are also free of charge — include: Asana — a project management app; excellent for staying on track, organizing your tasks, and avoiding unwanted distractions (procrastination). Evernote — your very own digital notebook; it’s cloud-based so you can share files between multiple devices without having to send them back and forth. You can also capture webpages and record audio files. Wave — an invoicing and accounting software; easy-to-use, made specifically for freelancers. You can process client payments, payrolls, and transfers automatically; everything a budding entrepreneur needs. Build Your Brand To really take your side hustle to the next level, you need to work on creating a cohesive brand across all platforms. That way people will take you more seriously and your side gig will look more reliable (and professional). But first, you need to think of a suitable brand name that will attract clients and foster confidence in your abilities. A general rule of thumb is to keep it short and simple — in other words, memorable. Brainstorm words that best describe your brand and ask friends and family for some honest feedback. Next, you want to register a company with your new brand name and convert your side hustle into a legitimate business; not only for the image but to attract investors and venture capitalists as well. Finally, don’t forget to create an engaging logo to match your new identity. Expand Your Team Once you finish consolidating yourself and your brand, you want to start building a strong team. After all, you don’t want to burn yourself out too quickly; chances are you still have your 9 to 5 job and other errands to attend to. Find people who are better suited for some tasks that you aren’t a great fan of (or good at) to complement all your weak spots. That way you not only add more depth to your team but you also get to focus on doing things you do best (and enjoy the most). In addition, be somewhat strict with your selection as you don’t want to deal with potential personality clashes and egos later on. Double-Down on Your Marketing Efforts You can’t expect to earn serious cash from your side gig if people don’t know who you are and whether you even exist. Hence, you need to start marketing yourself both on and off the Internet to expand your reach and get new clients outside of your close circle of acquaintance. Get on social media and interact with prospective clients and customers. Participate in (positive) discussions, tag followers to start engaging conversations, and expand your network. Once you establish a solid online presence on social media, you can look towards creating your own website to promote your personal brand even further; adding a blog — if you don’t have one already — would also be a good idea. Whatever you do, your ultimate goal should always be to grow your email list and convert customers; use pop-ups, educational videos, and limited-time offers to get their attention. At the end of the day, it really all comes down to how good you are. Remember, practice makes perfect.
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Tracey Clayton
Sep 14, 2019
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There’s a reason that the saying: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish, and you can keep selling hooks to him forever” sounds almost like it actually exists. Businesses that successfully adopt the subscription-based payment model can look forward to: Increased customer loyalty, and consequently, higher customer lifetime value Much more stable and predictable revenue Improved customer and market insight Better marketing and sales funnel optimization Process automation, leading to much lower costs and elimination of human error ...as well as a number of other potential benefits, depending on how successfully the model was conceived and implemented. If you want to find out what that means exactly, and what you would need to do to avail yourself of some of those benefits, do read on. Step 1: Explore your limits and your options Whether you are just starting a business of this kind from scratch, or you are simply moving to a subscription-based model, you need to get the lay of the land before making any major moves. This means doing a thorough research and analysis of your: Competitors Potential customers/audience Unique Selling Proposition (USP) and product or service in general Discoveries you make in one of these areas should not be examined in isolation. These segments are heavily mutually-dependant, and should be treated as such. For instance, you might be perfectly pleased by your customer/product fit, however, you can’t be sure that the numbers you are seeing are good until you compare them with what your competitors are recording. Alternatively, you might feel like you have some sort of an advantage over a competitor, but you can’t be sure about that until you analyze your shared audience’s feedback. Step 2: Offer the best product or service you can Once you have a clear, informed idea of what the industry standards are, you’ll know what it is that you need to do in order to exceed them. We’ll cover some of the less direct ways to make your offer more appealing later, but for now, you should focus on ensuring that your product or service are as suitable for your audience as they can possibly be. Research you’ve performed during Step 1 (and that you should keep doing at least periodically from then on, if not continuously) should have informed you what your customers want, and what your competitors are failing to provide; now’s the time to cash in on that knowledge. Step 3: Time to think about pricing Once you know what you’d like to offer if you had all the freedom in the world, you need to find a way to get as close to that ideal as you can, while ensuring that you’ll also turn a profit. While initial competition and audience research should give you some idea of what price ranges and models are most common, you won’t be able to make a final decision regarding pricing before you actually get a chance to test different options directly with your existing customers. Some trial and error might be necessary when taking this approach, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t do everything in your power to minimize the guesswork. Each price change can have adverse effects on your existing customers, so before you go tinkering around, make sure that you are ready to track the consequences of your changes in detail and minimize waste. Step 4: Allow for secure and convenient payments The price/product quality ratio is not the only factor that will determine the popularity of your offer. For one, despite the fact that online payments are not exactly a new thing, people are still sometimes wary when they need to provide their payment details to someone they have never dealt with before. The only thing some of your customers will crave more than security is convenience. You might offer a perfect pricing model, however if you don’t provide your customers with a reliable direct debit system for payments, you could be missing out on those who value a secure payment experience with the added convenience of multiple payment methods to suit their needs best. Finally, your pricing should be as flexible as you can allow. Offering a tiered payment model, with packages suitable for all of the customer profiles you are hoping to attract is essential if you want to draw them away from your competitors. Finally, keep surprising your customers Doing careful market research; improving your product; experimenting with pricing, and making the entire process as secure and simple as possible, are all obligatory steps if you want to create a successful subscription-based business, however they are not enough on their own. Some of the other ways to improve your customer acquisition and retention include: Offering free trials Giving discounts to those with longer subscriptions Improving your customer service to reflect the higher level of commitment to each individual customer Vigilantly gathering your audience’s suggestions and feedback As long as you remember to implement these changes incrementally, in as controlled environments as possible, and to keep a close eye on your performance metrics all the while, experimenting with ways to improve your pricing model can be amazingly lucrative, while only posing minimal risk.
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Tracey Clayton
Sep 11, 2019
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If you believe you came up with a good business idea, you’re on the right track to achieve the financial independence you’ve always dreamed of. The only problem is, not every business ends up succeeding. In fact, studies have shown that even up to 80 percent of new companies get shut down within the first year. Unless you want your organization to fall under this category, getting it off to a good start is extremely important. With that in mind, let’s take a look at five useful tips for starting your own business. Don’t mix personal and business money When you’re running a small business, you can easily be tempted to mix your personal and business money. Even though all this money is technically yours, keeping it together can make your job much more difficult. Firstly, you won’t have a good insight into how well your company is doing and how much money there is to invest in expanding it. Secondly, you might end up spending your company’s money on your own expenses and end up not having enough to pay your supplier or employees. Last but not least, keeping personal and business money mixed can make doing your taxes a real nightmare. Embrace social media There’s no need to say that marketing is one of the key aspects of running a business. After all, how can you expect your business to succeed if you fail to attract customers to it? However, new businesses don’t have the marketing budgets large corporations have and getting noticed isn’t as easy as it sometimes seems. Luckily, there’s social media, a place where you can connect with consumers and give them enough reasons to check out your product or service. Just have in mind that promoting your business on social media includes posting content as often as possible and responding to every question you get from your followers. Think about waste management With more sectors now paying attention to preserving the environment, it's important to think about waste management in your new business. It's one of those things you can easily overlook but the last thing you want to do is fail to meet the regulations in your industry. One of the best things you can do to make sure you deal with waste the right way is invest in a quality heat exchanger for your company. If your operations include a lot of printing, you can also consider using old files for taking notes and use digital documents whenever possible. Consider getting a loan Most new businesses face the same problem – money. No matter how you decided to finance your business, you could always use more. Some extra cash might help you develop new products or step up your marketing game and take your business to the next level. This is why getting a loan can turn out to be a good idea. If you’re absolutely sure you know what you’re doing, you can take a loan and use it to speed things up for your business. Just remember to come up with a plan for repaying it even before you turn to a bank or private lending company. Rely on technology whenever you can Small business owners are often forced to do most work themselves since they can’t hire a number of employees like big companies can. No matter how many staff members you end up having, chances are they’ll have to focus on your key operations and you’ll still have to do a lot of work yourself. The good news is, we now live in the age of technology and there are so many tools you can rely on to make your job easier. For instance, you can use payroll software and simplify dealing with your company’s finances. Also, if you want to send emails to your customers, there are email automation systems that can get the job done for you. Final thoughts There's just so much space for small businesses in every industry to succeed and it's up to you to use this to your own advantage. Follow the tips covered in this post and you'll give your new business a fair chance to compete with some of the well-established companies in your field.
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Tracey Clayton
Sep 11, 2019
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Once you’ve managed to get your startup off the ground, it’s time to start looking for ways you can take it to the next level. Since we live in the age of technology and social media, one of the best ways you can do this is to give your online reputation a boost. Just think about it – if people stumble upon your business online, chances are they’ll visit your website to see what your startup is all about. But how exactly do you increase your startup’s online reputation? Here are five things you need to know. Every business needs a good website You probably already know that every business needs a website. After all, your website is the best place for consumers to browse your products and find your contact info. The only problem is, not every website helps the company improve its online reputation. For example, if there are ads on your website, they're probably driving people away from it. Studies have shown that there's nothing internet users hate more than pop-up ads, and getting rid of them is recommended. Even if you're generating a small amount from these ads, you can be assured that they're doing your reputation more harm than good. Customer reviews mean a lot Today, there are so many places where customers can leave reviews and help other people stumble upon your business. With almost every startup now investing in business promotion, consumers have started to trust online reviews more than the ads they can find online. There's just something about seeing that another customer has had a positive experience with a business, and it can play a key role for customers who are supposed to make a purchase decision. Encourage your customers to leave reviews by commenting on the ones you've already got and offering freebies or discounts to those who do it. Influencers are the next big thing If you've been paying attention, you’ve seen plenty of influencers rise to fame in the last few years. These people have a huge impact on consumers, and connecting with the right ones can do wonders for your startup's reputation. Just bear in mind that it's all about finding influencers in your niche who already have a large base of followers. Sometimes, just a single social media post from a popular influencer in your niche will see your online reputation skyrocket. The good news is, there are social media monitoring experts who can help you identify just the right influencers your startup should connect with. People trust customer testimonials We already talked about how much customer reviews can help your startup, but there's more. If you want to take a more formal approach, the best thing you can do is include customer testimonials on your company's home page. That way every internet user who enters your website will feel more confident about your skills and might end up buying from you. It's even better if there's a popular local company or celebrity buying from you. Include their testimonials on your website and you can be assured that people will consider you to be one of the leading experts in the field. Arguing on social media is a big no Unsatisfied customers and social media users in general often write mean comments, sometimes even without a reason. The way you react to such comments is one of those things that can make it or break it for your startup. Today, every conversation with a customer can be turned into a screenshot and it takes just one negative response to do a lot of harm to your startup's reputation. That said, one of the best things you can do for your startup’s online reputation is to avoid any confrontations, especially public ones with your customers. Handle every negative comment in a polite manner and you’ll have nothing to worry about. Final thoughts The way people on the web see your startup plays a key role in how people will perceive your business in general. Do all the things covered in this post and you can be assured you’ll be able to give your online reputation the significant boost you were hoping for.
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The popularity of vlogging videos and channels is growing every year. It seems that video as a form is far more interesting than anything else. That’s why many people switched to vlogging as their daily routine or just as a casual “from time to time” activity. Whatever option you choose, you have to ensure the high quality of your videos. These six equipment essentials are highly necessary for the beginning of your vlogging career. Camera Having a good camera is vital for your vlogging adventure. There are many different options you can choose from and you have to consider your current skills and budget. At the beginning of your vlogging career, you should opt for a camera that provides high-quality videos but which is not that expensive at the same time. Once you stick to vlogging for a few months and earn a few bucks here and there, you can start upgrading your camera, as well as your other equipment. The built-in webcam of your computer might be enough in the beginning to create good videos. You can even consider using your smartphone. Tripod Even the very best camera won’t do much without a good tripod. Without a tripod, your videos will be too shaky, which will make people switch them off immediately. Your video content has to be impeccable, and even an average camera (especially heavier ones) can do the trick with the appropriate tripod. However, if you tend to keep the camera on your desk, make sure that the framing is always consistent. You can mark the spot with tape, for example. Also, find a good selfie stick if you plan to do some filming outside on your trips and travels. Proper laptop or PC This is another obvious essential. Without a proper PC, you won’t be able to record your videos and to edit them afterwards. Again, you should choose a laptop or PC which fits your current vlogging needs. You don’t need a computer with the best possible specifications, but at the same time, it has to provide all the necessary options. You can choose some of the standard Windows options or others such as a MacBook or iMac, which are both great for vloggers. Also, always ensure that your device works on the maximum level. If something goes wrong, find the best Mac computer repair service and let them fix your device as soon as possible. Microphone Even if you provide a lower quality of videos at the beginning of your vlogging career, people might still follow you if you have high-quality sound. Most people will rather forgive your bad video quality than bad audio. It’s just the way it is. Therefore, picking up a great microphone is crucial – your audio quality always has to be at the highest standards. External microphones should be the way to go since those which are built into computers or cameras don’t provide great sound. Getting a USB microphone might be the best idea but shotgun and lavalier microphones will also do the job. Editing software Editing of all your videos is essential, except in case of live streaming. Every piece of your video content has to be high-quality and effective. Depending on which PC or laptop you buy, you can even have good enough software on your own device. However, if you want to be more creative and original, you should opt for some of the best software. Apple Final Cut Pro X is definitely one of the best options out there for beginners. It is quick and easy to use, and at the same time, it provides all the necessary functions and options to create a high-quality video. Microphone muffler This one is essential only if you want to record your videos outside. That awful wind noise can ruin even the best video, and of course, you can’t allow it to happen. A microphone muffler is such a great invention – just attach it to your camera with adhesive or fastener and it will save your video from the wind. Cute, simple and effective! Vlogging can be super exciting. With the right approach and charisma, you can make a good career out of it. Getting these essentials is the first precondition to be successful.
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Tracey Clayton
Sep 10, 2019
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Recent studies have shown that not so many small businesses end up succeeding. In fact, only 50 percent of companies with employees survive the first five years. If you don’t want your startup to fail, the most important thing you should do is set it off to a good start. However, if you’ve never run a business before, this could be much more difficult than it seems and you could use all the help you can get. With that said, here are five important things to know if you want to launch a startup. You shouldn’t keep personal and business money together This is something many new business owners aren’t aware of. Technically, your company’s money is your money but that doesn’t mean you should keep it together. If you fail to create separate accounts for your money and your startup’s money, you’ll soon find yourself in a mess. Why? Well, you won’t be able to tell how well your business is doing and how much money there is to work with. Plus, doing both yours and your startup’s taxes will become a real headache. Being on social media is a must If you log into your Facebook or Twitter profile, you’ll see that there are so many businesses that use these platforms to connect with their customers. This is exactly what your startup should do from day one if you want it to succeed. It’s one of the best marketing tools to use in terms of ROI, given the fact that your costs to promote your startup on social media are minimal. Just have in mind that setting up pages for your business isn’t enough. Instead, you have to be active and communicate with your followers as much as possible. You can’t forget about security With so many startups failing, it’s critical to give your business a fair chance to succeed. This means you should do everything that’s in your power to protect both your equipment and valuable data. Not only that having your equipment damaged or stolen can result in huge financial losses but losing your data can even ruin your company’s reputation. To ensure this doesn’t happen investing in an alarm system is something you can’t go wrong with. There are options such as JD Security alarm monitoring that might be exactly what you need to keep everything in your office secure. You are not alone It’s quite common for startup owners not to know exactly everything about running a business. After all, how could you even understand it all if you’ve never run a business before? The good news is, you’re not alone in it. There are so many rookie entrepreneurs out there and giving each other a helping hand could give both startups a real boost. Obviously, there’s no point in connecting with your competitors but finding entrepreneurs in other fields who will be willing to help you out can do wonders for your startup. Relying on technology can help Back in the days, business owners had to do so much work themselves. There are things such as payroll and marketing that simply have to be dealt with, but require so much of your time. Fast forward to 2019 and there are technologies that you can rely on to do all the work for you. For example, software such as Wave and Zoho Payroll allow you to leave all the hard work like calculation and submission to the machines. Similarly, when it comes to marketing you can use email automation systems like Constant Contact and Paradot. Launching a startup is by no means easy and there are many things you need to have in mind in order to start your entrepreneurial career well. The five things covered in this post should help you put your business in the right position to succeed from day one.
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Looking for a job in an industry that will suit your creative personality? The ability to come up with great ideas is a skill that can be applied in many different industries, even more than you actually realize. Turn your talents into profit – take a look at our list of five amazing career ideas for creative individuals. A job in the education field Other than being a rewarding career path, the job of an educator expands beyond delivering dry, dull recitations for the students to remember and then reproduce. It involves using a variety of teaching strategies to ensure that the material is understood by all the students, whether they’re the visual, auditory, or kinesthetic type of learners. This is where you can let your artistic side shine through – you get to be creative with the way you present the material and design fun and interactive lessons that can easily be remembered. When you pour your energy into making the material as interesting as possible, it will show, and it’ll also help spark imagination and creativity in students, which is what being a teacher is all about. A career in journalism If you’ve got a love for words and like tackling all the different topics and ideas and presenting them in a way that’s engaging, then a career in journalism might be a good choice for a creative individual like you. Words are a tool we use for projecting our thoughts, opinions, and ideas, and if you’re someone who loves coming up with clever wording and shaping it into a cohesive whole that catches the eye of the reader, it makes sense that you’d want to profit from your natural talent. On the plus side, creative writers get to write on a variety of different topics – from vintage fashion and trends to the latest gadgets and technology, you can flex your creative muscles and create amazing content for online and paper magazines. A position in the beauty and fashion industry If you’re someone who has passion for fashion or sees makeup as a tool for creating art, a job in the creative sectors such as fashion or beauty industry may be a dream come true for individuals like you. If you see yourself as someone who has a creative eye and would like your natural gift to be shaped into a skill that will bring you profit, consider attending one of the courses at The Masters Institute of Creative Education – these flexible courses will prepare you for your future career and help you get a taste of what it’s like to work in the fashion industry. Similarly, if you love experimenting with makeup and using people’s faces as canvases for creating magic, you can enroll in one of their courses and get tailored assessment briefs that are suited to your needs and will help you achieve your career goals. A creative job as a video game designer If you’re passionate about video gaming, love working as part of a team, and possess the knowledge about programming languages and 3D models, then you are a perfect fit for a position of a video game designer. As an industry that is becoming more and more competitive, the gaming industry has a big impact on society, which is evident as the number of gamers continues to rise. As a video game designer, you get the chance to work with other passionate individuals and use your creativity to develop fun and interactive video games. Plus, you get to play games as a part of your job – now that’s something to brag about! A rewarding job as a fundraiser The last job on the list requires good marketing skills, but it’s also a very rewarding one as you get to help others. The job of a fundraiser is to organize events and campaigns that will help raise the necessary funds for a number of causes. Now, gathering monetary donations for an organization isn’t an easy task since you need to be very creative when thinking of the ways you can get people to support a cause. You need to be persuasive and proactive when talking to potential donors and give them reasons why they should donate to your organization. However, this job can bring satisfaction to anyone who enjoys designing promotional materials, conducting fundraising strategies, and hosting events that support the missions and goals of the organization they’re working for. As you can see, there are many different jobs that can get your creative juices flowing. Now, the only thing left to do is to select the field that suits your personality the most and work on acquiring the necessary skills that will get you to where you want to be.
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There is no denying that being a freelancer opens up the doors to tons of exciting benefits. Unfortunately, encouraging a healthy lifestyle is definitely not one of them. Sure, having the ability to work from home and manage your schedule seems quite nice at first. But, anyone who has spent some time in the profession knows just how easily the workload can crumble this small utopia into fast food, endless hours in front of the computer and overall isolation. Not quite the healthiest lifestyle you can imagine. Let’s see if we can address this burning issue and allow you to bring some healthy habits back into your life. Take an honest look at your health condition If you want to know which moves you need to make to improve your lifestyle and physical condition, you first need to learn what areas of your life need improvement. So, the first thing you should do is to pay a visit to the physician just to check if you are clear of issues like high blood pressure or cholesterol. If you are good to go, you can proceed to a local gym to get an assessment of the areas and body-parts you could improve. Both of these instances are a great source of information regarding training, proper nutrition other healthy habits. Implement a healthier diet People have always argued which one is more important for weight loss – a healthy diet or exercise. The truth is that as long as you are able to create a 3,500 calorie deficit per week, you will lose exactly one pound (0.45) of fat. Reducing your calorie intake makes a tremendous and far more approachable part of this stunt. However, not only how much you eat is important but what you eat as well. Try replacing the junk in your fridge with weight loss-friendly foods like: Eggs Leafy greens Salmon Lean beef Chicken breast Cruciferous vegetables Tuna Beans Avocados Buy yourself some exercise equipment Hitting the gym is probably the easiest way to quickly get your body back in shape. It is also a huge chore that simply takes too much time. However, you can solve this issue by bringing the gym directly into your home. And you don’t even need to go overboard with the equipment. A basic set of dumbbells combined with a small bench will set up everything you need for diverse weight training. As for the interval sessions, you’ll hardly find a better and more compact option than some of the Assault Air Bikes. Schedule the training for the morning Crawling out of bed and getting yourself started is hard enough even without an exhausting training routine. But scheduling your workout sessions immediately after you wake up does have some benefits. First, the hormones are working to your advantage. Second, early training represents an excellent way to kick-start your metabolism and burn more calories throughout the day. Finally, this is the only way to absolutely make sure that you are going to do your bidding. If you leave it for later, life will find a way to make sure you are occupied with something else. Take short HIIT breaks Spending long hours in front of the computer is hard and strenuous. Be sure to take occasional breaks and use them to their fullest extent. For instance, most of the popular HIIT workouts like the 7-Minute Workout, various tabatas and all other similar interval routines don’t last more than 5-10 minutes per cycle. So, why wouldn’t you ditch your phone or any other thing you use to fill these breaks and give yourself a short HIIT blast? You will feel energized, put your metabolism back into high gear and supply your brain with a fresh dose of dopamine. Keep yourself motivated Famous French surgeon and Nobel Prize winner Dr. Alexis Carrel once famously said that "Man cannot remake himself without suffering, for he is both the marble and the sculptor." He was right. Introducing healthy habits requires mental and physical sacrifice. There will be a lot of mornings where you'll simply want to give up. Don't. Find whatever reason to get out of bed and continue with training. The internet is filled with inspirational quotes, successful transformation stories, epic music and motivational speeches that exist solely to keep you geared up. We hope these six tips gave you a blueprint you can use to start introducing some positive changes into your life. Working as a freelancer can be fun and engaging. You just need to make sure your lifestyle won't start taking a toll on your health and mood. If that means changing just a couple of habits, we say it’s well worth the try.
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