Why You Can’t Earn More Than $1000 Per Month

Many of my clients have a small reach with their businesses. They get very little traffic to their websites, have tiny social media followings, have fewer than 100 email subscribers, and earn less than $1000 per month. They hustle their buns off working long hours and wasting time that should be spent on self-care or with…

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The “Less Is More” Challenge

I’ve got a little homework for you this weekend. Don’t worry, it doesn’t involve typing up a 50-page essay or building a diorama. This homework is quicker and easier than any old school assignment. Your challenge is to spend the next 2 days doing less. The current “hustle culture” might be popular, but me and my…

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Editor’s Notebook 242

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week The 100 Percent Rule: Simple Advice That Can Help You Change Your Life. Yes, you can reach all your goals, but you have to be completely…

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Simple Steps to Turn Your 5-9 Into Your 9-5

According to a recent study, an astounding 45% of US workers now have side hustles, or businesses they run separate from their day jobs. Admittedly, 66% of those reported that side hustle earnings accounted for less than half of their monthly income, but no matter how large or small our side hustles, the fact that…

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3 Urgent Reasons to Start an eCommerce Business

If there was ever a perfect time to start an eCommerce business, this is it! The pandemic shuttered millions of brick-and-mortar business, lockdown kept everyone at home in front of their phones and computers, and no one wants to interact with people in-person. In fact, I did all my holiday shopping online this year, and…

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Life Editor’s Picks: Edit and Hustle

Entrepreneurs have a love-hate relationship with the word hustle. Type A personalities like me love to charge after what we want and revel in our ambition. To hustle is to live. But easygoing Type B folks get stressed out at the relentless go-go-go culture of online businesses. As one of my clients says, “I hate…

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