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How Much Should You Charge For Your Services Anyway?

Tips From T. Marie

I think one of the most frustrating things I dealt with when I started my business 14 years ago was trying to figure out what to charge.

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Eat Your Career

You’re a successful professional…and yet, you feel like a fraud. You’ve accomplished a lot…but you worry that it’s some kind of fluke. You’re not smart or talented; just lucky. You look at everyone else and believe they know something you don’t and it’s only a matter of time before you’re exposed.

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Why Some Promotions Can Be a Bad Idea

On The Job

It happens all the time: A great employee receives a promotion and then, for some reason, begins to falter months or years into the new job. The boss may be confused as to why this once great worker seems to be failing.

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The Pandemic Accelerated Boomer Retirements

Small Business Labs

Research from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis found that the pandemic pushed about 3 million baby boomers to retire earlier than they would have otherwise.

Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

Developing your personal brand in a hybrid world

Practically Perfect PA

Developing your personal brand in a hybrid world According to Jeff Bezos, "your brand is what other people say about you when you're not in the room". The quote is pre-pandemic but is very relevant when developing your personal brand in a hybrid world.

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Why Building Your Personal Brand Can Take Your Startup to the Next Level—and Where to Start


Most entrepreneurs today realize the value of establishing a strong and memorable brand for their company or product, but how important is it to develop a brand for yourself as an individual business owner?

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The Explosion in Seed Round Funding

Small Business Labs

Crunchbase's How Seed Funding Has Exploded In The Past 10 Years reports that: Fewer than 3,200 companies received seed funding in the period between 2006 and 2010. A decade later, that had ballooned to more than 23,000 startups.

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Recruit CRM's Recruitment Entrepreneurs Series Ft. Paul Arnesen

Recruit CRM

Born and brought up in Norway, right outside of Oslo, Paul Arnesen has worked as an independent consultant, freelancer and contractor with his own companies.

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Going back to the office? 6 tips to help you adjust


This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through all the posts here. Our working situations have changed dramatically since early 2020.

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4 Signs You’re on the Right Path to Your Dream Career


A corner office at a prestigious firm. A net salary of $200,000. A promotion that gives you control of a global team. If you had to describe your dream career, would any of these items make the cut?

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Ep 139: Crystal Esquivel & Alessandra Thomas – Cofounders of Cleverly

Go Burrows

Crystal Esquivel and Alessandra Thomas are longtime executive assistants who co-founded the Cleverly newsletter, where they love to curate resources for the EA community, create tools and downloads to share, and encourage positive, confident workstyles.

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Exploring the Benefits to Managed WordPress Hosting

Small Business CEO

In the world of doing business online, your success is almost exclusively dependent upon the reliability of your website. Hacks, crashes, and slow upload times can mean a significant loss in sales and customers.

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Here’s one way to make solar energy more affordable and accessible: Share it with your neighbors


Climate change is driving social inequities across the globe. People from low-income communities are at higher risk of heat-related illness, and they’re less likely to have access to clean water and more likely to be exposed to toxic air pollution. .

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10 Easy Ways to Start Something Great


Something great starts with, well, something. Bob had a big idea for the community, yet his first step was just asking a few people to meet to talk about it. Allen wanted to start a new business and he began by setting up coffees and lunches every day with those who could help him learn.

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Episode 395: Jeff Harry talks about Play, Flow and Curiosity


You’re in flow and able to forget about time when you play. Jeff Harry shares how to tap into your true self by playing.

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How to Make the Most of Small Business Success

Small Business CEO

Many businesses naturally undergo ups and downs. There will be episodes of a great boom while others will be sluggish. This is usually precipitated by various factors such as prevailing economic conditions, changing consumption patterns, and internal factors, among others.

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2022 Marketing Audit: 6 Things to do NOW to be Ready for the Future

Jennie Lyon

Running a business means taking on a lot of hard work, and one way to stay aware and optimize poorly performing areas is with an audit. The scope of a business audit varies depending on what you’re looking for, from a social media audit to a more detailed operational audit.

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The Importance of Humility in Leadership—and How to Spot Unhealthy Ego Habits


To me, at least, one of the most interesting aspects of our human psyche is the ability to recognize faults in other people that we don’t see in ourselves. So I was grateful last week when a friend texted to ask me if I was aware some of my recent actions could be seen as prideful.

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Stump the Presenter Round 2 with Melissa Esquibel

Team ELS

Stump the Presenter Round 2 with Melissa Esquibel. Join us for Round 2 of Stump the Presenter with Melissa Esquibel, a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Office Specialist Master who has been helping people make friends with their technology for over 15 years.

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Lessons in Branding: Companies Who Do Logo Design Right

Small Business CEO

Visuals are a big and important part of branding, and while many little pieces make up that brand identity, the first and most important thing is the logo. The logo is the entryway into your brand. It’s meant to be something people will know and recognize as soon as they see it.

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Bank of America's 14 Moonshot Technologies

Small Business Labs

Somehow we missed Bank of America's report  To the Moon (shots)! Future Tech Primer report, which they released in September. But we ran across it recently, and it covers 14 technologies that could "transform our lives" by 2030.

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This Is What Happens In Your Brain When You Try Something New


A few years ago, I saw a weakness in my outdoor skills that needed to be rectified: I had not camped alone. I knew I would eventually have to do that for a story, and I needed to be comfortable with it or I’d risk losing and/or blowing the assignment. The first time I camped alone was in Maine.

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Headspace Meditation App Review: Is It Right for You?


Mindful meditation provides medically proven health and wellness benefits. Yet, only 14% of US adults have even tried meditation. Fewer practice it regularly. So why don’t more people meditate frequently? The reasons vary.

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How Do You Break Up with a Mentor?


Searching for a mentor often takes a lot of energy. You don’t connect with just anyone, and you want to find the right person to help you reach your goals and get you to the next rung on your career ladder.

The Myth of Balance: 3 Keys to Intentional Time Management


On this week’s episode of SUCCESS Line , I talk to Nikolaos. Nikolaos is a computer science Ph.D. student and software engineer. Like so many of us, he has a slew of different opportunities to weigh, future plans to consider and relationships to strengthen.

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Moe Harkless Fights for Racial Equality Through Wine and Advocacy


Moe Harkless NBA Veteran, Advocate & Philanthropist Los Angeles. Maurice “Moe” Harkless might play basketball for the Sacramento Kings, but his life extends far beyond the court. The 28-year-old forward is also a wine enthusiast and social justice advocate.

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Losing Control, Finding Peace: Heidi Powell on Discovering True Strength Through Letting Go


Trigger warning: This post references eating disorders. If your method of taking control is pressing on the accelerator, it’s time to give yourself a break. Heidi Powell became famous as a personal trainer on the reality show Extreme Weight Loss , opposite her then-husband Chris Powell. .

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Working Remotely? Here’s How to Do It Right


It’s not news that the COVID-19 pandemic turned the working world on its head. But even before that, the rise of digital nomads and fully remote companies continued. But it doesn’t come without its drawbacks.

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UFC’s Francis Ngannou’s Keys to Overcoming Obstacles and Visualizing Success


Reigning UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou’s rise to the top has been more than improbable. As for how he was able to ascend from a destitute childhood working in a sand quarry in his native Cameroon to the top of the Mixed Martial Arts world, however, his answer is simple.

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4 Things to Consider Before Working with a Virtual Financial Adviser


When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many routine in-person interactions went virtual. Thousands of companies moved some (or all) of their business online, including financial advisers trying to stay connected with their investors.

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[Quiz] Test Your Enneagram Knowledge


Do you know your Enneagram number? When a potential employer asks that question during a job interview, you want to know the answer.

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Francis Ngannou Is the Reigning UFC Heavyweight Champion, But That’s Not What Makes His Story Worth Telling


Francis Ngannou can talk for a long time without bringing up the thing that he does for a living. Ngannou’s job is to fight people until he or they are physically unable or unwilling to keep fighting. He’s arguably better at it than anyone else on the planet.

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Picking a Mobile Subscription Plan For Your Businesses

Small Business CEO

In many businesses, workers travel they don’t spend all of their workday in an office or store. In industries where your workforce is spread out and meeting with clients or going to job-sites regularly being able to stay in touch and communicate is key.

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