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Travel + Work = A Happy and Profitable Freelancer

Tweet If you have the same passion as me, you don’t really want to separate your freelance work from your travels. As a freelancer, the separation between work and travel has virtually faded because of the one thing that makes working while traveling a possible thing: the internet. If you travel a lot, you may want to read this post …

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Why you need to educate yourself always –especially in business

Tweet If you’ve been in the industry for many years and have had a lot of colorful experiences that tell you more about the things you’ve done and are doing, and will be doing. Point is, you will become a sort of an expert of the field and you probably are. All of us become experts at something at some …

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Freelancer pressure points

Tweet Writing is definitely one of the most loved activities in history. Without it, we would not have been able to have learning or passing on the information we got from experience for the benefit of others. We would not have history lessons—or we could, but that would just be by word of mouth. Imagine how difficult life would be. …

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Do you research before writing?

Tweet Before I started this writing career, I was not really thinking about writing and using it as a career to make a living, but I have always wanted to write something. Maybe because I was frustrated when I was in high school. I’ve always wanted to write poems and other stuff, but I never really got the chance. I …

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Priority Management VS Time Management

Tweet Okay, there is just a lot of management going on in the world today. With all the things that you need to do, there is just little time to do it, isn’t there? Many people, and most of the “gurus” would tell us that what we need in order to manage everything that we need to do is to …

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The top essential things you need in freelancing

Tweet Freelancing is a very lucrative career when you have the necessary things that will help you achieve the goals of each project that you get into. It’s really even easier than most businesses because you don’t need much capital to start this business. Most of the things you need to start it you already have, and maybe you just …

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Leadership Mentality (the final installment)

Tweet In the previous installment, we’ve tackled more on what goes on in a leader’s inner feelings and inner engines. And now we are going to top them off with three more concepts and principles that make a leader. A leader starts with the end in mind. People are attracted to someone who is a visionary and someone who has …

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How to be attractive to other leaders

Tweet Did that shock you? I mean the to other leaders phrase? Why would you want to attract other leaders? Why not attract just about anyone? Okay let me back track a bit. You should realize that you’re reading a post in a blog that’s intended for business people, and it is presupposed that you are reading this because you …

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Share: Is “The customer is always right” the right kind of customer service?

Tweet I know right? This has been one of the many topics debated in most companies because there are only two kinds of people in a corporate setting: those who believe that the customers are always right, and those who don’t believe that the customers are always right. But just so we can treat this sensitive issue for customer care, …

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Leadership Mentality part 2 of 3

Tweet In the previous post about Leadership Mentality, we learned how the leader is committed, accountable and a miner in the strictest sense of the word. We learned how his consistency of action ultimately produces results, we have come to see that as a leader, he is accountable to others, but most especially to himself because he is his own …

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