Many people desperately seek to escape the 9-5 in part due to difficult working relationships with bosses, subordinates, and coworkers. Unfortunately, even though running a business can provide more freedom and flexibility, there is still plenty of fertile ground for unhealthy relationships.
Unless you’re independently wealthy or have someone else such as a spouse or parent paying your bills, you need to make money. I get that, because the same is true for me.
But even though we all need to make money, here are four reasons you should work for free.
No doubt about it; blogging takes time. But there are things you can do to increase blogging productivity. One of my favorite ways to do so is to use batch processing.
As a busy businesswoman, you may find it hard to get to everything.
If you’re feeling frazzled, and like you need more hours in the day, implementing these seven tips will help you increase productivity.
Have you been blogging for a while but aren’t making any money from your blog? If so, you’re certainly not alone. For instance, just this past week a woman in my mastermind group shared that her husband lamented that her blog never made any money and in fact only cost them money.
Do you keep tweaking things on your blog? Or perhaps you’ve purchased one blogging program after another and have yet to make any real headway on your blog. If that describes you, it could be that you’re suffering from “shiny object syndrome.”
When it comes right down to it, blogging is hard work, and it takes time and consistency over a long period of time to see real results. Chasing shiny objects can keep you from doing the hard, unglamorous work that is necessary for blogging success, so if you want to grow a successful blog, it’s important to stop chasing shiny objects! Continue Reading
Running a business is hard. Regardless of how successful your business is, there may be times when you feel full of doubt and discouragement, or are just plain burned out.
One of the most important things you can do to stay energized and enthusiastic about your business is to celebrate the milestones. This focus will remind you of the progress you’ve made, so it’s worth both tracking and celebrating your milestones.