Posts in Freelance 101
7 Books that Changed my Small Biz (for the better)

Being a small biz owner is no joke, and statistically, the majority of Small Businesses will fail within the first 5 years. As I approach my own five year mark (full of failures, lessons, big oopses, by the way) I wanted to take the time to share the business books I have read that really changed not only the way I thought about my small business, but changed the way I thought about myself as a business owner. Hereโ€™s a breakdown of my top faves!

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IT LIVES: Small Biz Start Up Guide, the new Entrepreneur's eBook

After many days, nights, drafts, designs, edits and iterations, the Small Biz Start Up Guide is NOW LIVE on www.startupguide.biz

I am sharing a bit more background on this project, why we decided to write it, and what you can except from SBSUG in the near, near future!

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ALLL my favorite Facebook Groups for Freelance Advice

Being a self-employed freelancer can be lonely business! There is no guide book for when things go awry. Once I joined these facebook groups, I had an instant online community of like-minded professionals who could help me in sticky situations. Here are my favorite facebook groups that I use as a support system for my business.

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Freelance 101: Setting Goals with Right Hand Business Coach, Lauren Allen

The end of the year is near, which means it's time to start thinking about new goals for 2018! I interviewed Lauren Allen, professional goal setter (and project manager) of Right Hand Business Coach about how freelancers can set achievable goals and see them come to fruition.

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Freelance 101: How to Keep KILLIN' IT with your Blog Content feat. Libby Landry, Simple Wellness Co.

Creating content can be difficult, especially when you are new to blogging and social media. Since day 1, Libby Landry of Simple Wellness Co. has been killin it with cranking out quality content for her blog about Corporate Wellness. Here are her suggestions for blogging like a boss.

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