I hate New Years resolutions. They are the hype man of the year: promising big things only to fail to deliver.
It’s discouraging. And once you become discouraged you generally abandon your goal altogether sending the rest of the year into a directionless spiral. Continue reading “How to prepare for the New Year (December Goals Post)”
In 2014, I came home reeling from a divorce. My finances were in shambles, my pride crushed, and my self-worth non-existent. Unfortunately, bills don’t care you’re going through an emotional death. Continue reading “7 ways to start a business online with no money (my freelance story)”
It’s been 2ish weeks since the Q4 content challenge has started. Here’s a few starting details, thoughts, and tips for going forward. Continue reading “What to do if you’re struggling with the content challenge”
If you’re here to grab your content challenge worksheet, you can download the worksheet for free here.
So it’s been a minute since I’ve done a goal post, but the last quarter of the year is starting. Typically, I use this quarter to prepare for Q1 and Q2 of the next year.
This year, I’m doing a content challenge for Q4. The idea is to create content consistently as a means of proving a concept for a few new brands I’ve created.
Three months is the perfect amount of time to determine if you can stick to an idea, and execute the idea, or if you need to let it go. Continue reading “How to write 3 months of content consistently”
So, you’re finally ready to leave the world of DIY design and hire a web designer. That’s so exciting. Congrats.
Switching from DIY to professional design services can elevate your brand in a way you aren’t trained to do. Web designers know how to create a site that will get you more social engagement, more newsletter followers, and more product sales. Continue reading “6 things you need before hiring a web designer”
If you’ve read my guide on ways to make money as a freelancer, you know the concept of passive income. For those who are new here (welcome!): passive income is money that you make residually after a putting in a short, one-time-only amount of work.
Meaning: you create something 1 time and you consistently make money off it an infinite amount of times without any additional labor. Continue reading “How to make Passive Income online”
I’ve tweeted this before (as always), but if you really want to beat your “competition” last longer. And in most cases, “longer” just means stay in the game 3-6 months. Continue reading “The Blogging High, Self Promotion, and Refusing to Quit”