5 Social Media Tips for the Busy Entreprenuer

Running your own business is exhausting. There are countless demands on your time and it can be a struggle just to keep all the cogs turning. Then, when someone tells you that beyond paying your bills, getting new clients, and making a living, you "have to have" an active social media presence. BAM! It can seem like a slap in the face and a completely unnecessary waste of time. How could Facebook be more important than closing a new client? How can Twitter outweigh being able to pay your bills? [...]

By | June 11th, 2015|Blog, Content, Digital Marketing, Freelance|Comments Off on 5 Social Media Tips for the Busy Entreprenuer

Listening to Your Freelance Clients

It's amazing how reality and your perceptions rarely line up. No matter if you did all your research beforehand, when you're actually in the middle of the situation, it's an entirely different story. What's worse, your head can understand, but your heart may refuse to listen. And so when you finally arrive at your destination, instead of excitement, you're left with a sick stomach and wondering if you made the wrong decision. I've arrived, and I have a stomach ache. I find this especially ironic considering that, according to the Huffington Post, [...]

By | June 8th, 2015|Blog, Freelance, Writing|Comments Off on Listening to Your Freelance Clients

When Being a Solopreneur Is Tough

I love what I do. I am a writer, a solitary profession by nature, and 95% of the time I don't mind being alone. Freelancing allows me to do the work that I want, when and how I want to do it. However, only a few weeks into my new career field and I've discovered a snag. Okay, so "snag" might not be the correct word. Let's say instead that I have realized something that I didn't plan for and think of previously. When you work alone, there is no [...]

By | May 4th, 2015|Blog, Personal|Comments Off on When Being a Solopreneur Is Tough