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From the freedom to define your own success to the ability to travel without getting the boss’s permission, 15 entreprneurs share their favorite part of being business owners.
Shama Kabani shares 5 key tips to help the growing number of Gen Y freelancers, solopreneurs and consultants succeed in their independent careers.
Nathalie Lussier offers some wisdom for fellow entrepreneurs, including why focusing on your personal life first might actually be the key to fueling your business’ growth.
Managing virtual employees has gotten a lot easier thanks to some nifty cloud-based project management tools, but entrepreneurs still have to keep tabs on remote team members.
Instead of building a startup or just another 9-5 — and working harder than anyone else — consider building a lifestyle business instead. Here’s why.
It took Vishen Lakhiani several years, mulitple failures and a good deal of anxiety to figure out that the only way to build the business of your dreams is to ignore 99% of the conventional advice.
If you find yourself incredibly excited about your side gig and not your 9-to-5, you’re probably onto something, as Jason Sadler quickly found out.
A new infographic by Bidsketch outlines how the right offer can bring in more revenue for freelancers and consultants.
Honestly, there is no such thing as a stupid idea. Caitlin McCabe shares how to reposition that “stupid” business concept into a lucrative plan with multiple byproducts and revenue streams.
Whether still in school or stuck at a 9-to-5, pick up one of these 10 side gigs, each with low overhead and wide profit opportunities.
Is your day job boring? Start thinking like an entrepreneur, attacking problems with creativity and innovation. You’ll be surprised how far you can go!
Companies with products that solve problems don’t last, but brands that create purpose-driven user experiences stay top-of-mind with customers for good.
Just because you’re location-independent — or working from home — doesn’t mean you don’t need a community to help your business thrive.
Is your team ready to leave the office and go virtual? If you get the logistics right, remote work can actually make your business more productive.
Freelancers have to diversify — or risk losing it all. Steph Auteri gives us the blow-by-blow on how she expanded her client base (and profits).
You always told yourself you’d travel the world after giving up your cubicle and starting your own business. But did you plan for the challenges you’d face?
Yes, it’s possible to turn your blog into your business launch pad, but only if you do right by your readership. Here’s how.
Are your prices a good deal — or just crazy low? Read the 15 tell-tale signs that it’s time to charge more for your product or service.
Negotiating and delegating are two of the most important business skills you can have — but they’re also the hardest to master.
Who said you have to get all your professional fulfillment (and income) from your day job? Ryan Stephens makes the case for side projects.
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