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3 Downfalls of Being Self-Employed You Can Easily Overcome

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This is a guest post courtesy of Kimberly. Working for yourself isn’t always rainbows, butterflies, and cherry licorice. It has a downside just like anything in life. Please make Kimberly feel welcome and feel free to drop your thoughts in the comments below this post. So you got the nerve to step out on your own. Exciting, isn’t it? Living the life of an entrepreneur is exhilarating. You...

How to Think Like an Entrepreneur (Because Entrepreneurs are Cool)

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Yo! This is a guest post from James.  You all know that entrepreneurship isn’t for the faint of heart. It takes guts to work for yourself, make a living without the security of a boss and a safety net, and at the end of the day totally rock at it. It takes sweat and determination, hard work and commitment. (Kind of like marriage, eh?) It also takes a brain just a wee bit off from the rest...

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