Posts filed under: Young Entrepreneur

A lot of people are attracted to the idea of working from home, but too often they allow fears and myths about owning a home-based business prevent them from bringing it to fruition. While starting a full or part-time business...
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How My Side Business Helped Me Escape the Conditioning of My Family Upbringing and an Unfulfilling Office Job to Live the Life of My Dreams I’m going to tell you the story I lived for 13 years…day in and day...
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How Side-Hustles Are For Everyone Side hustling is a way of life for millions of people. Here’s why: A popular podcast I came upon opened my eyes to the value of a side-hustle for numerous reasons and they’re not all...
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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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This time of the year brings a wave of germs dominoing their way around schools and offices. It’s just a matter of time before someone in your family is touched by the ick and then it’s all downhill from there....
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After graduating college I could hardly wait to get right to work. For months I built a professional wardrobe of suits and stylish, but comfortable shoes for my 3 block walk to the office. My parents gifted me a leather,...
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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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Suitcase at the ready.  Unpacking to wash or take clothes to the dry-cleaners.  Repacking for the next week.  Leaving early or missing family events on Sunday evening to catch a plane to one’s weekly home-away-from-home.  Returning Thursday night or Friday...
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