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How to stop getting lost in Corporate America How many of the 40 to 70 hours you spend at work in Corporate America are actually productive? How often do you use your intellect, skills, and creativity to their fullest extent?...
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How I Discovered a Way to Help My Fellow Educators Make More Money in One of the Lowest Paid States for Professional Teachers I wanted to be an elementary school teacher since I was a little girl, and I’ve been...
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How I Overcame an Extreme Shyness Disorder Through Entrepreneurship Until several years ago, and as far back as I can remember, I was incredibly uncomfortable in crowds…and in small groups and in classrooms of my peers and around anyone who...
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One of the most vilified industries, Network Marketing gets a really bad rap by people who either don’t understand the business model or people who simply think that folks who choose to get involved with MLM don’t have viable employment...
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As news made its way to popular morning shows on television and radio, after the World Health Organization (WHO) went on record…and hit the Twitterverse…with an official diagnosis for “Burnout”, you could almost hear a collective gasp as thousands upon...
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Some people are quite happy with where they are on the financial spectrum, in their work life, and willing to make the most of what they earn showing little concern about earning more. Some people don’t bank on getting a...
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I know it sounds counterintuitive to add a side-gig to the list of tasks a busy person already has to manage in life, but hear me out. Whether you are single, working full-time or part-time, or working full-time and managing...
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In my early 30’s, a man who…would ultimately change the course of my life…approached me with a concept to make more money than I was currently making as a Doctor of Pharmacology. He routinely reached out to me, every month,...
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I’ve heard testimonials of entrepreneurial journeys from thousands of small business owners. Most of the time, the impetus for their leap into full-time entrepreneurship began with a side-gig or side-hustle. It started as a part-time/spare-time passion bringing in a little,...
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Two years ago my husband was laid-off from his job with the city. It was a job he’d worked for 18 years, and once he was “let go” we lost the only form of income we had to support our...
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