If you’re running a business and find yourself mostly working IN the day-to-day of your business rather than working ON building and growing your business, I am writing this post for you to tell you the good news. There are very simple steps you can take now to start making your life so much easier! Read on to find out how you can streamline and automate your day-to-day business to free up your time and headspace.
People often ask me: “How do you stay productive and get everything done?” You want to have a clear action plan, a good momentum of checking things off, to avoid putting off the meatier actions, and to stay on top of everything while moving forward towards your goals. How can you do this? With these smashing top tips on how to stay productive and get stuff done!
In this guest post by seasoned contractor Martin Nash, he takes us through his experiences as a contractor and what he feels are the Pros and Cons of contracting to help you start exploring whether contracting would be right for you.
After graduating college, Samantha landed her first real-world, 9-5 job—an accomplishment any university/college graduate would be proud of. However, something didn’t exactly feel right. “Once I did manage to snag a 9-5 gig at a local marketing agency, I quickly realized it wasn’t all I made it out to be,” says Samantha, a freelance marketing writer and blogger from Orlando, Florida.
Everyone struggles with unplugging from work from time to time, especially when it gets really busy. As a remote worker, however, your work is often your life: not only in the sense that you often work where you live, but also because the lines between your work and your personal life can easily become blurred.
Having the freedom to work whenever and wherever you want… is often also code for carrying your laptop everywhere just in case you need to send a sneaky email on the go or so you can complete actions on the move wherever there is WiFi! Sometimes along the way on days out or even on evenings and weekends. 🤓
Earlier this year in May, a very close friend asked me at the time: “Aren’t you supposed to be NOT working?” 😅 I was taking a chunk of time off duty from April onward to roam with no major work commitments for a while – we went on a 9-day cycle tour from London to Paris, took a one week live-aboard beginners competent crew sailing course in Greece, I went to Croatia with my Mum! (I’ll write a post about some of our sabbatical adventures soon!)
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You could say that you are on a “career adventure” instead of a career path. Welcome to Project Anywhere’s ‘Career … More