We had another snow day in my town today. We had one on Monday, too. I live in Michigan, so it’s not unusual to have snow days in February – but this year has been a little crazy. The normal snowfall for my town is 28″ for the season – we’ve already had more than […]
Affiliate Marketing can be a great way to earn passive income. Affiliate Marketing is when you promote a product or service from another business, and earn a commission when you refer sales to that business. Many businesses offer affiliate programs. When you sign up, you get a special link that is customized to you, and
I LOVE Affiliate Marketing. But the truth is, I wasn’t always so in love with it. I had first learned about Affiliate Marketing when I started my online business, back in 2007. It sounded awesome. You sign up for some affiliate programs, and you promote your affiliate link, and you start earning commissions. Except, I
Oprah was awarded with the Cecil B. de Mille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes, and her acceptance speech immediately turned into a viral video, being shared on social media. It really is a wonderful speech, and Oprah is a fantastic speaker. Here are a few takeaways on what makes this speech Oprah knows how
Change is unavoidable, and it happens to all of us from time to time. Changes happen in our lives, and our business, and in many cases, what happens in our lives affects our business, and what happens in our businesses can affect our lives. Change can be scary. We’re leaving the familiar for something new.
Indie Biz Chicks Episode 4 – 10 Business Lessons (I’ve Learned In 10 Years Of Owning An Online Business)
I’ve learned A LOT in the past 10 years of owning my online business – and I’m sharing 10 Business Lessons with you! I want to hear YOUR # 1 Business Lesson, too! Please leave me a comment and let me know what you’ve learned in your business journey. As for this week’s podcast —
You should be writing your next Kindle book or editing your sales copy. You should be recording the first few episodes of your podcast or working on your website relaunch. But you’re doing not these tasks. In fact, you find a million reasons not to do them. You tell yourself you’ll come back to it
There are many reasons solopreneurs and business owners procrastinate. It could be due to perfectionism, overwhelm, or problems prioritizing. The key to overcoming procrastination is learning what your procrastination style is and how to deal with it. Once you’re armed with this information, you’ll find it easier to defeat procrastination and get back on track.
Sometimes, procrastination is caused because your business isn’t organized. You put off starting a task because you can’t find the materials you need or you aren’t sure when that appointment was scheduled or when your next invoice is due to be sent. As a solopreneur and small business owner, you may struggle to be organized.
Solopreneurs and small business owners are unique in that they don’t have to answer to anyone for their time except the occasional hourly client. This gives you plenty of freedom and allows you to live your life on your own schedule. If you want to take a day off in the middle of the week,