As far as business advice goes, ‘go big or go home’ is one of the most rubbish pieces of ‘advice’ you can give a small business owner right now. In fact, I’d go as far as to say that it’s downright damaging advice to be giving to others. Why? Because it...
As a freelancer and online small business owner, I can appreciate how unsettling the coronavirus is causing us all to feel. With the country gradually going into lock down, many are struggling to not only adapt to new working conditions, but also with how to deal with...
Do you want to simplify your business life? Whatever drove you to become your own boss, regardless of whether entrepreneurship is in your bones, your DNA or just something you fell into, I’ll lay odds that there are times you just wish you could change the pace and...
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