Archive for “Psychology & Mindfulness” Category

How to Build Entrepreneurial Resilience for Difficult Times

An entrepreneur’s way of life is difficult at the best of times. When unforeseen circumstances occur, it can suddenly become impossible. Unless that is, you have carefully built entrepreneurial resilience, allowing you to face difficult times with fortitude.  The importance of cultivating resilience as a business owner became all too clear during the COVID-19 pandemic. […]
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Why Eating the Right Food Is an Entrepreneur’s Best Productivity Tool

There are hundreds of productivity apps and programs available to entrepreneurs. Many of them provide genuine benefits. But without the most essential productivity tool, your focus and workflow will still remain less than optimal.  What is this powerful productivity tool? Quite simply, eating the right food.  Good nutrition is everything when it comes to mental […]
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How the Best Clients Treat Freelance Professionals

The biggest mistake a new freelancer can make is assuming they are subservient to their client. This is not the nature of a healthy freelancer-client relationship. The best clients treat freelance professionals as respected equals and this makes working together productive, enjoyable, and successful. Unfortunately, too many freelancers accept poor treatment, low pay, and a […]
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The Creative Mental Habits of the Most Successful Entrepreneurs

The greatest entrepreneurs are by default creative people. To conceive of a unique business idea and build a company to fruition, requires immense creativity. An entrepreneur is someone with the foresight, imagination, and intelligence to make something amazing out of nothing. And this creativity is cultivated from certain mental habits, either intentionally developed or naturally […]
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6 Ways Invoice Ninja Helps Introverted Freelancers

Freelancing is a fantastic career choice for an introverted personality type. A freelance lifestyle often involves long periods of time working alone (usually at home) interspersed with bursts of social activity. Many introverts thrive on working solo and don’t require the same amount of social stimulation their extroverted peers need. People leaning towards introversion can […]
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