Be the Breadwinner in Your Family! Start Your Own Business

One of the best parts of running your own business is that you don’t have to follow the old rules. I was beyond happy to throw off the shackles from my old corporate career. No more begging for raises. No more depressing commute in the snow. Running your own business puts you in the unique…

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How to RECESSION-PROOF Your Business | Small Business Tips

I recently received a somewhat fiery comment about Goodbye 9-to-5. “People won’t spend their money on this. WE’RE IN A RECESSION!” Charming.  I get where this person is coming from. The recession is a very real fear for many people. However, I haven’t seen a decrease in sales for coaching packages, specifically ones that help you…

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Editor’s Notebook 279

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 Book I’m currently reading: How to Be Fine, which I mentioned in my January Wheel of TBR video. Turn One Idea Into a Fascinating 4-Part Story. You don’t want…

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5 Reasons to Start Your Own Business in 2023 | Say Goodbye 9-to-5

I loved many things about my old corporate job as a medical textbook editor. Using my degree, feeling like my work was making a difference, traveling to conferences. And yet, there’s a lot NOT to like about working for another company, which is why I’ve been my own boss for more than 11 years now.…

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Best of Sage Grayson Life Editor 2022

It’s that time again! Get ready for my annual roundup of the best videos, blog posts, freebies, products, and services from the past 12 months. This is the most popular content on Sage Grayson Life Editor, so let’s look back at what you loved and enjoyed. What I Edited in 2022 Top Freebies Top Videos Top Livestreams…

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Total Value List | An Easy Way to Prove You’re Better Than Your Competitors

Here’s a good reminder to never compare yourself to other people’s businesses. Recently in my Goodbye 9-to-5 program, one of the members was struggling with pricing her new group program as a high-ticket, premium offering. She was getting confused and frustrated because a “big shot” leader in her field just released a similar product for the…

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