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Five Powerful Benefits of Virtual Offices

by Awais Ahmed, Tgdaily.com
January 4, 2019

Telecommuting, third place working, remote work… whatever you call it, business owners and teams are now making the most of mobile technology to stay productive and work on the go, wherever (and whenever) that may be. It’s a boon for entrepreneurs, not least because it keeps business humming along beyond traditional office hours. As Erika...[Click to read more]

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So You Want To Be A Freelancer

by CHELSEA MARTIN, Nylon.com
January 4, 2019

Freelance work gets a bad rap. When someone says, “I’m a freelancer,” you probably imagine some sad, greasy weirdo sitting on a bean bag in an otherwise empty apartment in some random part of the country no one has ever heard of, having not left the building for 12 days, typing on their 2015 laptop...[Click to read more]

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New Year’s resolutions you’ll want to keep

by Mary Fox Luquette, Theadvertiser.com
January 4, 2019

Each new year brings some common resolutions. Losing weight and exercising more are typical. However, a study by FranklinCovey, a time management firm, has determined that resolutions typically won’t last until Jan. 31. I am not suggesting that people should abandon goals that are difficult to sustain, I am suggesting that a few easy resolutions...[Click to read more]

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How I work from home with kids underfoot

by Katherine Martinko, Treehugger.com
January 4, 2019

It’s a chaos zone, but it is also a richly creative one. Over the past two weeks, I’ve had the mixed pleasure of doing my full-time writing job from home while simultaneously entertaining three small people who are enjoying their Christmas holidays. It has not been easy, but it’s not that different from what I...[Click to read more]

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Five Ways New Managers Can Learn Leadership On The Job

by Jeff Weber, Forbes.com
January 4, 2019

Job creation is once again on the rise. Recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced a total of 250,000 jobs added in October. Of the sectors experiencing the most significant amount of growth in November were professional and business services, seeing an addition of 32,000 jobs, topped only by education and health services (34,000) and leisure and...[Click to read more]

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The 7 best tools for freelancers in 2019

by LYDIA DISHMAN, Fastcompany.com
January 3, 2019

Call them contract or gig workers, consultants, or just freelancers. The ranks of individuals working for themselves are growing. And when you are running your own show, you have to wear many hats (accountant, office manager, IT administrator, secretary, salesperson, and, of course, professional in your area of expertise)–and all of them usually on the...[Click to read more]


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