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6 Ways To Learn From Failure

6 Ways To Learn From Failure

They say “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” I’m not sure who “they” are, but they make the risk of failure seem way more simple than it really is. It can be a devastating blow to you and your organization. When you invest your heart and soul into your...

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4 Ways To Realize Your Potential

4 Ways To Realize Your Potential

All right, we’ve talked about imposter syndrome. We’ve talked about learning to handle rejection and facing all sorts of fears you might face as you start up your business. But beneath all that, you might still have your doubts. So when you have these...

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4 Ways To Boost Productivity

4 Ways To Boost Productivity

Do you ever wake up, think about everything that you need to get done for the day, and just groan? Those early Monday mornings can hit hard. Contrary to popular belief, doing what you love doesn’t actually mean you never have to actually work. Running a...

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Getting Family Involved In Your Business

Getting Family Involved In Your Business

Entrepreneurship can be a tricky business (pun intended), especially when you’re trying to balance work and your family life. Many entrepreneurs lean on their families as a lifeline - family members fill positions in the company and even provide short-term...

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3 Ways To Create Work-Life Balance For Entrepreneurs

3 Ways To Create Work-Life Balance For Entrepreneurs

A friend of mine recently shared a post on social media that read “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your li...work super hard all the time with no separation or any boundaries and also take everything extremely personally.” It hit me...

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Retirement Planning  When Self Employed

Retirement Planning When Self Employed

One of the most daunting tasks as an entrepreneur is saving up for your retirement. Sometimes it feels as though every penny you earn for yourself goes right back toward pursuing your passion. Planning retirement can be tedious, so it’s no wonder many...

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Dealing With Imposter Syndrome

Dealing With Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever heard of Imposter Syndrome? It’s a regular phenomenon people experience when they don’t feel like they’re good enough to be doing what they’re doing. Maybe you once received a promotion at work you didn’t feel you were qualified for, or you...

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How A Business Degree Can Boost Your Business

How A Business Degree Can Boost Your Business

In my last article, I talked about why you don’t necessarily need a business degree to run your own business. And while I still stand by that, I also want to talk about why having that degree can be helpful for you. I mentioned it in the last article — a...

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Do You Need A Business Degree To Run A Business?

Do You Need A Business Degree To Run A Business?

“What if you just started your own organization?”    I laughed when my friend mentioned this idea. I graduated in communication with an emphasis in journalism. I took several management classes, but other than that I knew nothing about running a business....

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How To Pay Off Student Loans When You’re Self Employed

How To Pay Off Student Loans When You’re Self Employed

The day I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree was not as bright and celebratory as I always imagined it would be. As friends and family members around me celebrated, I couldn’t help but think about the dark cloud ahead of me: student loans. It had loomed...

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How To Balance School And Entrepreneurship

How To Balance School And Entrepreneurship

When my friend suggested I take MBA classes while establishing my own startup, I thought he was crazy. Completing just one of those tasks is daunting enough on its own. I worked just enough to get myself through my undergraduate, but being an entrepreneur...

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