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    Am I the only one who feels that as we get older, we become more self-conscious? At least some of us anyway. *raises hand* I’m definitely among that group for sure, and it’s a mentality I’m trying to get rid of. When I quit my job this past summer, I decided then and there that I was going to go full-force into my blog and building my own consulting business. However, there was one thing that I was not so…

    November 12, 2017
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  • To start your own business, not a lot is required. You could literally go on Facebook, set up a business page, and be live by the end of the day. However, maintaining your business and investing towards it, can be costly over time. Fees like website maintenance, trademarks, patents, outsourcing your work, and general office supplies can add up. As a new business owner, we want to invest smart. That means cutting out things that we don’t need right away…

  • In the workplace, you’ll find yourself often dealing with different personalities and different scenarios. Some days, things are amped up. The stress level is high. You’ll find yourself in a sticky situation, where you’ve done something wrong. Either there was a miscommunication, a misunderstanding, or a lapse of judgment somewhere down the line. When that happens, what do you do? At first instinct, it may seem logical to immediately to place the blame on another person and defend yourself. Today,…

  • Okay, if you’re in some sort of profession that requires you to create, you can probably relate to the struggle. Have you ever been in a position where you just weren’t feeling it, and whatever it was that you pulled together made absolutely no sense?! The struggle is REAL, my friends. There’s such a thing as forced creativity. Been there, done that. I’m a fine example of this. This blog, for one, on some days, can be hard to maintain. Especially since…

  • Fear can be one of the biggest hinderances between where we are currently and where we have the potential to be. When talking about leaving our comfort zones, that thought can be scary to a lot of people. I’ve talked to so many who have been hurt or discouraged by life’s experiences so much so that they refuse to take any more risks because they “can’t afford to”…because they’d rather play it safe than risk and have it backfire once…