How was 2020 for you? If you are like most women who work for themselves, 2020 has been taxing on your personal life, your career, your finances and your mental health. To say it’s been a tough year is an understatement – but there is a glimmer of hope – things can and will get […]
The rise of the nerd has been a hot topic for some time now, with tech startups popping up everywhere and countless opportunities to get involved. Despite this, the tech industry still has very few female developers, which means women have little influence on how these future technologies are being shaped.
Girlboss. It’s the word that has sparked quite a revolution within millennial women. Those of us with desires and dreams to create lives where we work for ourselves are being spurned on and inspired by this word. For some of us, the status quo of living the corporate life, commuting, clocking in from 9-5 (on a good day), timing your 1 hour lunch (often times at your desk) and getting approval on when you can and can not take a holiday has begun to grind us down.
How many of us are spending our lives feeling stuck, overworked, under-appreciated, or unfulfilled? Or maybe you have a great job but still feel like there is something missing?
Writing your idea down and bringing it to life with structure and strategy can make the difference between having an expensive hobby or a successful business. Regardless of what industry you’re in or what your business venture is, having a clear and thought out plan for start up, monetisation and growth can help you stay focused.
As January wanes and the rest of the year looms forward, it’s time to shrug off ‘resolutions’ and get down to business in making 2016 your best year yet. I no longer attempt to hold myself up to arbitrary standards of perfection and success, but I do invest my time and energy in the right places and I’m consistent with it.
2016 is here! To create a life that we love, we have to do more than hope, wish, and like pictures on Instagram. We have to get clarity on what we really want in our lives and subsequently work through the fear and the challenges to make it happen.
Accountawhat? Yes it sounds like a made-up ridiculous term, but it is quite the buzz-word in the entrepreneur world. And that’s because every entrepreneur needs one – especially if you are riding solo – such as a freelancer, blogger, writer or other solo creative.
Are you a morning person? If not, you could be sabotaging your route to success in your business. Some of the most successful people are early risers and get their days started earlier than most. Plus, they have a die-hard routine which gets them in gear for the day ahead.
As a young entrepreneur, every new client, request and invitation can feel like a golden ticket. It can be all to easy to jump at every opportunity that comes your way with open hands. But at what point are you losing focus on the things you really want to achieve?
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