How often are you freaking out? How I learned to roll with the punches.

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I used to have a short temper. I would fly off the handle when things didn’t go my way. This was rough on not only me, but everyone around me. I have been working on this personality trait for really as long as I can remember, but I would have major setbacks from time to…

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(We Fix) Cheap Copy: Why You Should Pay for Quality the First Time

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In my hometown, nestled in a strip mall with a few restaurants and other small businesses, sits a quaint barber shop. I’ve never actually been inside, but I imagine there’s a retro simplicity to it. No frills, but a good, quality haircut is promised, expected and delivered. When you drive by, you sometimes see a…

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Business Tip: Don’t Try to Do It All

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Not long ago I was visiting a family as the dad, an entrepreneur, was getting ready to leave for work. He was giving everyone goodbye hugs and kisses when his little guy, who is three years old, enthusiastically said, “Go out and make some mistakes today!” I must have looked puzzled, because after responding happily…

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A Case for Outsourcing Your Business’s Content Creation

Outsourcing content creation might be the perfect solution for your company.

In 2022, most business owners know they need to create interesting, engaging content continuously to stay competitive. But the reality is that while actively managing a business, it’s easy to put off content creation. That would be a mistake, as creative, powerful content will help not only boost traffic to your site over time, but convert…

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Four Reasons Hiring a Freelancer is the Right Choice for Your Business

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Business owners know creating content that is engaging and interesting is a vital part of staying competitive, but oftentimes this essential task gets put off when running a business. While outsourcing has become more common in the world of remote work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many don’t realize the benefits it has…

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How To Prepare Your Employees for Successful Remote Work

The pandemic changed how many businesses operate, as they were forced to  transition their entire workforce to a remote environment. Over the past two years, business owners, managers and employees alike have learned together the benefits remote work can bring but have also become aware of the downsides – like burnout which can occur more…

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How Freelancers Can Help Shape Your Business During The Great Resignation

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In November of 2021, a record 4.5 million workers left their jobs, according to the Labor Department’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary report. This latest wave adds to the growing numbers of what has become known as “The Great Resignation.”    As the number of employees leaving their roles increases, many businesses are left…

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What Industries Can Benefit From Content Creation?

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Previously, we outlined why content creation is important, but now let’s break down some specific industries that can benefit from content creation, some of which might surprise you.   Recruiting Firms or HR Departments The first of the year is a great time to reevaluate your recruiting strategy. Whether you’re a firm focused on recruiting for…

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Why Content Creation Matters And How You Can Benefit From Creators

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If you manage your own business, you have probably heard the term “content creation,” and know it is key in growing your business  – but why?   Content creation at its core is generating topics that appeal to your potential clients or customers and building on the brand you’ve built. This often is done in written…

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Feeling Thankful

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Starting a business is hard! It’s early mornings, late nights and working when others are off. It’s caffeine, stress, and “Wait, did I eat today?” I knew all of this going in. What I didn’t know is how much I would rely on the mentorship, expertise and kindness of others to keep me on course…

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