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7 Signs You’re Achieving Someone Else’s Life Goals

By | September 3rd, 2016|Tags: , , , , , |

People can look at ways they are achieving some else’s life goals. For certain periods in a person’s life and career, they can feel that they are achieving other people’s goals more so than their own. They can discover that what they are accomplishing is not producing the feelings they expected. They can seek ways

8 Challenges Only Female Entrepreneurs Can Relate to (and How to Beat Them)

By | July 28th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

Women are starting new businesses in record numbers, and they are facing unique challenges caused by social expectations placed upon women. Here are eight challenges unique to female entrepreneurs, and how to handle them. 1. Fewer Role Models Role models are critical for personal and professional development. Entrepreneurs look to those that have gone before

5 Ways to Kick Start Your New Career

By | June 3rd, 2016|Tags: , , |

Pursuing a fresh new career is an exciting endeavor with unlimited potential for professional success and personal satisfaction. You can finally put yourself on the path to that dream job and land a coveted position where you look forward to heading to work each day. Put yourself on the fast track to success with these

5 Outstanding Ways to Combat Fears That Keep You from Becoming a Leader

By | September 23rd, 2015|Tags: , , |

Leaders are usually admired and envied by everyone around. However, there are some people who find it relieving that they don’t have to take on big responsibilities. But this attitude is not really getting them far – only those who take chances are likely to succeed. What holds individuals back from speaking their mind? All

10 Reasons for Freelancers to Organize a Home Workplace – Infographic

By | September 19th, 2015|Tags: , , , |

Working freelance, you notice the importance of being a good worker. In short, freelance workers need to know how to deal with high competitiveness, part-time workflow, and time management. Another thing they should focus on is a workplace. Unfortunately, more often than not, freelancers don't pay attention to its organization. Let's face it: Once you

Why Doing What You Love for a Living Is the Key to Success

By | July 15th, 2015|Tags: , , |

Every person has to work to make a living. From having stressful jobs to having a profession that you do not really like or enjoy, sometimes many of us want to just quit our jobs and to do what we love to do. But considering the practicality of choosing that path, it is never easy. Based

6 Life-Changing Questions You Need to Ask Yourself in Your 20’s

By | June 24th, 2015|Tags: , , , , |

I remember my mom’s mid-life crisis. She was about 40, I guess, when she decided that teaching rich kids in an exclusive private school was meaningless. So she just walked away. The following fall found her in a dingy classroom in one of the poorest school districts in our city, a classroom in which we

Why Being a Freelance Writer Is a Great Career and How to Become a Good One

By | June 2nd, 2015|Tags: , , |

Freelancing has become a common phenomena and a huge amount of people have taken it as a full-time work. The increase in the amount of freelance writers shows the opportunities that it brings with itself. Though you have the flexibility to work according to your convenience but you cannot compromise on the quality of work.

Reform Your Habits for a More Productive Day

By | May 10th, 2015|Tags: , , , |

With our daylight hours getting a little longer each day thanks to Daylight Savings, we are often reminded how much we need to accomplish in a day. Having a loaded plate works for some, heck some people even work better under extreme deadlines, most of us through, we lock up during these times. Instead of

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