No matter what it is that you “do,” we all face common issues and have had similar struggles. But we also know how incredibly rewarding it is to be in control of our own work, schedules, and financial opportunities. I can’t imagine ever giving that up again.
After almost 20 years managing other people’s businesses, I finally started working for myself. I know it can be overwhelming at times because I’ve been there, trying to juggle different projects while also staying on top of all the backend stuff like bookkeeping, tax reports, and general admin work. Yuck.
I’m here to help business owners, freelancers & other self-employed creatives succeed… and have fun doing it. I’m offering these tips so I can share everything I’ve learned along the way and provide you with tools you can use to manage the chaos and find the fun in your own business.
Each post contains a video, podcast, and blog version of that week’s topic, so you can choose your favorite method of consuming content. Unless for you that means having a well-trained parrot dictate to you – I don’t have that option available just yet.
If there’s anything you want to hear about, email email@example.com with your suggestions.
Thank you for being here.
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