7 Insanely Awesome Write-Offs that Solopreneurs Need to Know
Being self-employed means that we get some juicy write-offs for our business. Learn 7 awesome write-offs that all solopreneurs should be taking.
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E-mail like a boss! I don't know about you, but I have been working on being more conscious of how I write my emails. I found this handy guide. Remember... 201 comments on LinkedIn
Client Goodbye Packet Template — Productive and Free
Calling all service-based business owners: What do you do once you’ve completed your client process? Do you and your client go back and forth between emails? Is it unclear that your service has been completed and any additional work requires payment? Would you like an easy way to ask for feedback, testimonials, or referrals? How about offer additional products or services? If you think this is an area you could improve on, then this 20-page Client Goodbye Packet Template is for you…
Powerful Team Huddles Decoded – How to Conduct Team Huddles that will Motivate your Team in 20 mins or less - ChampLeaders
This blog talks about how to conduct powerful team huddles that your team will look forward attending.These quick tips will help you give focus for the day.
7 Fun & Easy Ice Breakers to Jazz Up Your Event
Ice breakers are a great way to get a group of people interacting and connected. But sometimes as the leader, it can be hard to find some quick ways to do them. I know this
Remote Work: The Ultimate Guide To Working Remotely - Goats On The Road
Wondering what remote work is? Tired of sitting in an office & want to work remotely? In this article we discuss benefits of remote work & how to find jobs.
What to Say When a Client Says You’re too Expensive
Do your clients think you are TOO EXPENSIVE? Answering some of those hard questions can be difficult. Read up on how to handle those tough ones effectively.
eBay Tax Reporting: What Resellers Need To Know
eBay Tax Reporting: What Resellers Need To Know Taxes. Nobody loves the topic (ok, some people do - I'm not one of those people), but taxes are important to anyone who wants to earn an income. Doing taxes as a small business can be a very daunting task when starting out. It's one of the top road blocks that actually keeps people from getting started in this flipping business. But it shouldn't. Once you have
How to Protect Yourself Selling Items Online — From Pennies to Plenty
As much as I love selling things online, there are downsides to it too. In April of this year, I attended Poshmark’s PoshNation tour in San Francisco, where I met several other women who buy and sell on Poshmark. Of the four women I spoke to in depth at the event, two of them asked me about how to d
How to Make Money with Flipping Thrift Store Items
Flipping is a process of buying things for less and reselling them for profit. This can be a great income source, especially if you have an eye for finding cheap things. Find out how Melissa is making over $130,000 a year flipping thrift store items.
5 Best Out Of Office Email Reply Examples
Taking a vacation provides you with the best opportunity to leave a unique out of office email reply. This can be creative and unique or include some of the more popular message types as found
How to Manage a Team Member With A Negative Attitude • Girl's Guide to Project Management
Learn how to recognise a negative attitude at work and how to manage the situation. These tips will help you turn around a difficult colleague.