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Why your side business could be the key to your dream career

Why your side business could be the key to your dream career

Sometimes you need to create the ideal dream job, the one that ticks all the boxes for you, the one that lets you be as creative or fulfilled in your daily working life as you want. It may be that your dream job is one that you have to seek outside of the normal 9 to 5, one that can’t be pigeonholed into a traditional role.

Taking the emotion out of your business

Taking the emotion out of your business

While many of us think of our business as our ‘baby’, this can be detrimental to how we make our business work. Being emotional around your business can make it difficult to see where the pitfalls are, or the areas that are not working for you.

5 Ways to cram some extra hustle into your Workday

5 Ways to cram some extra hustle into your Workday

So you are busy juggling and managing and balancing all the different areas of your life, and you are trying to get some spare time in your day to work on your side business.

What are the best ways to get this done without compromising any of the other things you need to get done in your day, the full time job, the kids (or pets or partner), hobbies (things you need for a work life balance), and time to relax and unwind at the end of the day.

How to stay accountable when starting your business

How to stay accountable when starting your business

There will be times that you feel the road is long and you may never get things off the ground the way you want to, and do you know what - that's OK! Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither will your business. If you want to avoid the complete loss of motivation and drive to move things forward, it's time to get accountable. 

The Dangers of Comparisonitis

The Dangers of Comparisonitis

It’s easy in our digital age to see how much others are getting on with their lives. Facebook posts are always of happy couples, new babies, new jobs, all that good stuff. It would be easy to get stuck in the ‘comparisonitis’ game, wondering why you’re not as lucky, as thin, as smart, or as far ahead in your life as others.