3 Lessons Learned By a Full-time Freelancer

Jeremy Chandler learned a lot in 4 years as a full-time freelancer, from both successes and mistakes. These are 3 of the most important lessons.

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When To Compromise and When To Hold Your Ground

When running a small business, deciding when to compromise and when to hold your ground can be a challenge. Negotiations can be tough to navigate.

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Balancing Entrepreneurship and Student Loans

With student loans being a norm for many who want to attend college, entrepreneurship is evolving into a riskier avenue for those in debt to lenders. But rest assured, balancing entrepreneurship and student loans is possible. Here’s how.

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New Ways to Finance Your Small Business in 2018

There is no “right” way to fund a business since everyone’s situation is unique. Finding the best way to meet your unique needs is what is most important. Here are six ideas that are creative ways to finance your small business.

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That Thing No Entrepreneur Says Out Loud

In her latest post, writer Heidi Oran is sharing the secret that you’ll rarely hear from an entrepreneur. Can you relate?

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How Much Should Entrepreneurs Pay Themselves?

How much should entrepreneurs pay themselves? It’s tricky business. Here are a few tips to figure out how much you should be paying yourself, and how often.

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An Entrepreneur’s Dilemma: Is it Time to Invest or Sell?

While I consider myself a lifelong Ideapreneur, my true entrepreneurial adventures began about ten years ago, right around the time I became a mom. Along with my first foray into freelance writing, I started an online retail business selling organic baby items like mattresses and glass baby bottles. This isn’t so cutting edge today, but…

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Overcoming the Pitfalls of Entrepreneurship and Social Media

I think we can all agree that sometimes, social media can be a little much. Many of us go through periods of time where we are tempted to shut down an account and retreat for a while, and some of us do. It’s also always invigorating to go on an unfollow-cleanse: delete those who cause envy…

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Millennials: We’ll Never Make it on Our Own

Most Millennials have strong desire and ambition to create the life we want rather than following traditional pathways of success. In fact, 78% of millennials are motivated by the concept of “charting their own course.”

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Entrepreneurs in the Information Age

Guest Post by David J. Greer People often ask me how will the Internet change the world in the next 50 years. As someone who created one of the earliest web sites in the world, my response is that in the fifteen years since I created that web site we have seen far less than…

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Is Innovation Stalled? Not at BIF10.

Attending #BIF10 was rewarding. I am a first time attendee and am grateful to Deb Scofield for providing the final nudge to my registration. BIF stands for Business Innovation Factory, and they host an annual conference where storytellers share their experiences and insights into the why, how, and what they innovate and create. The conference…

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Motivated Millennial Leader Hannah Becker

Sometimes what feels like a failure is actually just the first step toward success. Motivated Millennial Leader Hannah Becker knows that for a fact. Her career path has been a bit unorthodox but her self-diagnosed “hardheadedness” has allowed her to turn set backs into lessons that serve her well in the long run. Hannah knows,…

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