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J.O.B. Is Not A Swear Word

There are so many online entrepreneurs in the phase of faking it to make it that they really do a disservice to their audience by not disclosing these not-so-pretty realities of what it takes to have a successful business. This article outlines the whole idea that having a job can be a great piece of … Continue reading J.O.B. Is Not A Swear Word

2 Things That Will Significantly Help You Succeed at Following Your Purpose/Passion

My last vlog was about the 2 main reasons people aren't succeeding at following their passion or life purpose: lack of confidence and not having control of their personal lives. During a meditation in the past few days since, 2 traits or skills were revealed that WILL allow you to succeed at following your calling … Continue reading 2 Things That Will Significantly Help You Succeed at Following Your Purpose/Passion

2 Reasons You’re Not Successfully Pursuing Your Purpose/Passion

First off, I want you to let the main message of this piece sink in: You are the perfect vessel to bring the message, product, or service that's been knocking on your heart for so long. I know this because I meet people every day (prospects and clients) who are what I call "little superstars", people who know but deny their purpose for 2 common reasons outlined in this article.

What Does Copywriting Cost? One Copywriter’s Pricing Factors

...copywriters' pricing is also going to be unique across the board. In this article, I outline the top three factors that help shape my quotes and proposals. It is likely many copywriters base their pricing on the same factors, but for very specific information on the pricing of what you are specifically looking to have done, search for 'website copywriter', 'Las Vegas copywriter', 'content creator', 'email campaign copywriter', or 'funnel copywriter', a search term that is specific to the job type. Then get quoted and interview them! I'll give you tips on how to do that as well.

3 Nasty Habits of Unsuccessful Business Owners

The story goes: I met a lead on Linkedin, an ideal lead, one that could potentially serve up steady work for years to come. If he liked the work I did for his own company, he'd be able to utilize me in his contracts with clients. The interaction was warm and promising, so I accepted … Continue reading 3 Nasty Habits of Unsuccessful Business Owners