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Solopreneurs Fuel Motivation

When you start out as a solopreneur, fueling your motivation is never a problem. You’re overflowing with it and its all you can do to stop yourself from working day and night. The majority of people who start their own business are passionate about what they do and why they are doing it. However, over […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW #4: PREDICTABLE REVENUE

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: Predictable Revenue: Turn your business into a sales machine with the $100 Million Best Practices Of Salesforce.com by Aaron Ross & Marylou Tyler 4 out of 5 NINJA STARS Entrepreneurs often struggle with stability because revenue is often not predictable. This book gets […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW #3

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: The Partnership Charter: How to Start Out Right With Your New Business Partnership (or Fix the One You’re In) by David Cage 4 out of 5 NINJA STARS We’ve read several books about how to make a successful partnership and think this one […]
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Thinking Habits to Transform Your Business

Mindset is everything when it comes to growing a successful business. The way you think and the mental habits you cultivate can help your business thrive or struggle. While there are many different outside factors that come into play when running a business, ultimately, it’s your thinking habits that most influence the trajectory of your […]
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NINJA BOOKS REVIEW #2

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk 5 out of 5 NINJA STARS Best for solopreneurs ready to put in the work to tackle social media on their own. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Gary Vaynerchuck’s family immigrated to the United States from […]
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NINJA BOOKS REVIEW #1

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: The Sales Acceleration Formula by Mark Roberge 3.8 out of 5 NINJA STARS: Best if you are about to scale up your team ABOUT THE AUTHOR Mark Roberge is Hubspot´s Chief Revenue Officer. When he joined Hubspot, it was a three-person software […]
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9 Ways to Effectively Automate Your Freelancing

As a freelancer, you’re running a business, and this entails more than just working with clients. There’s also self-marketing, sales, billing, and the many different facets of business management to juggle. With so many different things to do, it really is important you effectively automate your freelancing career as much as possible. Automation is key […]
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Tactics to Beat Your Competitors

Marketing your business is becoming increasingly difficult. More and more people are setting up businesses and the local competition is fierce. For freelancers, solopreneurs, and small business owners, every little advantage you can achieve over your local competitors is one to grab and develop. Marketing tactics are often changing to meet evolving customer and technological […]
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PieSync Integration Benefits Freelancers

For freelance professionals, there’s nothing more important than enjoying a smooth cash flow. Conflicting data, confusing updates, and muddled communications can have a negative impact on both workflow and the resulting payment times. That’s why at Invoice Ninja we recently integrated with PieSync, a cloud-based two-way data synchronization platform. PieSync allows you to create deep […]
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Freelancer Guide to Time-Tracking

Time is of the essence is a frequently used term in business, and this is especially the case for freelance professionals. Freelancing usually involves juggling multiple different client projects and tasks at any one moment, with strict adherence to schedules being a vital factor in meeting deadlines and getting paid on time. It’s for this […]
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7 Ways to Prepare for Being Sick as a Freelancer

One of the biggest drawbacks to being a freelancer is the damage sickness can do to your business. When you work as an employee you get ‘sick days’ where you can recover at home and forget about work completely. Your colleagues keep things going in your absence. But as a freelancer, you’re often left alone […]
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How to Write the Perfect Project Proposal

Writing a project proposal can be a regular task for freelance professionals. In some industries and especially with larger clients, proposals are a standard process to go through before a new project. Yet they can remain a daunting proposition for many freelancers. When you don’t know how to properly write a project proposal then you’re […]
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