Kevin Payne — February 7, 2020 Freelancing is rapidly gaining more traction – in fact, by 2027, over 50% of the entire US workforce is projected to engage in freelancing, whether part-time or full-time. And if you’re reading this now, you might either be a freelancer yourself or are trying to break into the gig … Continue reading 7 Ways to Market Yourself as a Freelancer Like a Pro
Paul Keijzer — December 10, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer Life can get tricky at times. We have all had those moments in which we find ourselves at a crossroad. It is in such bleak moments that we feel unsure of what the future holds for us. I am sure you can relate to this state of … Continue reading How to Re-Invent Yourself as a Leader
Josh Slone — October 21, 2019 Follow @Josh_Slone Many of these questions might cross your mind during this crucial moment, and rightfully so. When this happens, you need a good email marketing checklist , and that is exactly what we are going to provide for you. Read on! How does this email marketing checklist work? … Continue reading Email Marketing Checklist: 25 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Send An Email
Nellie Akalp — October 21, 2019 Follow @CorpNetNellie One of the best perks of starting your own business is being able to determine your salary—unless, of course, you pay yourself the wrong amount and the IRS comes calling. Is there a wrong amount? Yes, there can be, and if you file taxes as an S … Continue reading Paying Yourself as an S Corp: What to Know
Kenna Griffin — October 11, 2019 I’ve never known a student editor who felt ready to become editor-in-chief. Not one. In almost two decades of working with student editors across the nation, I’ve never met a single editor who said, “I’m so ready for the EIC gig.” Instead I’ve heard students say, “I’m scared,” “I … Continue reading Not Ready? 3 Ways to Push Yourself to Do It Anyway
Brian Basilico — October 4, 2019 Follow @bbasilico So, I don’t know if you’ve ever read the book “How To Win Friends And Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. It’s a great book, and one of the things that it says in the book that I think really stands out is the sweetest sound in peoples’ … Continue reading How Does Making Yourself Obsolete Makes You More Valuable Now?
Personal Branding Blog — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 Job interviews can trigger a lot of stress, especially if you don’t have that much experience with them. While you might be properly qualified for a certain position within a company, if you don’t do well at the interview, you won’t be able to … Continue reading Branding Yourself During a Job Interview – What Should You Know?
Choncé Maddox — August 20, 2019 — August 20, 2019 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay Once you find clients as a freelancer, it’s time to determine how you’ll pay yourself when money starts coming in. Depending on how many clients you have and how many assignments you do, you could be receiving quite a few payments per … Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Pay Yourself as a Freelancer?
Shay Berman — July 26, 2019 Follow @shayberman — July 26, 2019 “Always be innovating” — a de facto motto for most entrepreneurs. If you’re not in a constant state of innovation, you could become obsolete. Does that count for a new service line as well? Take it from Toys R Us. The retailer was … Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Adding a New Service Line
Liz Kislik — July 23, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — July 23, 2019 When I interview executives for corporate change management or improvement projects, they often talk about the feeling that they’re not making or seeing enough progress. Indeed, according to Gallop’s 2017 State of the Workplace report, fully two-thirds of U.S. employees feel disengaged at … Continue reading How to Help Yourself If You’re Feeling Stuck At Work