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How to Reinvest Earnings to Successfully Grow Your Freelancing Business

Starting a new freelancing business is hard work. For many it can also be a worrying time financially. Whether you’re a fresh graduate or you’re leaving a disliked salaried job, it’s a bit of a jump into the unknown. However, compared to setting up other types of businesses, forging a freelancing career is relatively inexpensive. […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW: Partnership or Partnersh*t – You Decide

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: NINJA BOOK REVIEW: Partnership or Partnersh*t – You Decide by PATTY SOFFER 4 out of 5 NINJA STARS For a partnership to survive, you have to build the partnership “from a very human perspective, and then the business.” In other words, the foundation of […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW: SALES EQ

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: NINJA BOOK REVIEW: SALES EQ: How Ultra-High Performers Leverage Sales-Specific Emotional Intelligence To Close the Complex Deal by Jeb Blount 5 out of 5 NINJA STARS In a world of automated and robotic selling processes, customers now yearn for a truly emotional human […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW: BARGAINING FOR ADVANTAGE

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: NINJA BOOK REVIEW: BARGAINING FOR ADVANTAGE: Negotiation Strategies For Reasonable People by G. Richard Shell 4 out of 5 NINJA STARS You can’t know enough about negotiation and every book on it has new and unique nuggets of information. The cool thing is that […]
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NINJA BOOK REVIEW: WAIT – THE ART & SCIENCE OF DELAY

Short & Sweet reviews of our favorite books for entrepreneurs. This weeks review: WAIT – THE ART & SCIENCE OF DELAY by Frank Partnoy 5 out of 5 NINJA STARS At its core, being an entrepreneur is all about decision-making. After all, you call all of the shots; you are the one in charge of the […]
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7 Bad Financial Habits Common Among Freelancers

For freelancers, bad financial habits can be the difference between success and failure. From client invoicing procedures and bookkeeping to savings, long-term planning, and overspending, a freelancer’s financial habits heavily influence the course of a self-employed career. Repeating the same mistakes hampers growth while learning and adapting can result in quick improvements in both income […]
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