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17 Time Management Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Rintu Biswas, Classycareergirl.com
September 20, 2017

As an entrepreneur, managing time properly isn’t a piece of cake. While getting overburdened with too much of work pressure, you find yourself at a loss. It’s a fact that time pressure affects decision-making processes. It’s a barrier leading to intellectual disadvantages. Sounds critical, doesn’t it? It’s obviously a matter of concern. But with effective time-management skills, you...[Click to read more]

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Millennials, Here Are 8 Remote Jobs That Pay Over $100,000

by Wes Gay, Forbes.com
September 20, 2017

Thanks to the internet, it’s not hard to make a six-figure salary from anywhere in the world. Our newsfeeds are filled with the anomalies, millennials who create and scale businesses that consistently generate over $100,000 in annual revenue. But that reality isn’t an option for most, and not everyone is ready to take the plunge...[Click to read more]

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HOW TO CREATE A MORE PRODUCTIVE HOME OFFICE

by Tucson Digital Media, Community.tucson.com
September 20, 2017

Ask anyone whether they prefer a harrowing morning commute to the office or the opportunity to work from the comforts of home, and you’ll likely get a quick, instinctive response. But, as enticing as working from home might be, there are certain key elements to keep in mind when creating a home office. Here are...[Click to read more]

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Time to get serious about Internet etiquette for remote work

by Samantha Cheh, Techwireasia.com
September 19, 2017

REMOTE WORK is becoming increasingly popular in Asia thanks to the rise of Internet and telecommunicating options, which now allow employees to be anywhere and still get the job done. However, there’s still a need to set up frameworks and workplace cultures that help cultivate a positive work experience, no matter where you are. Asia...[Click to read more]

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How To Stay Fit And Healthy As A Work-From-Home Freelancer

by Abdullahi Muhammed, Forbes.com
September 19, 2017

Work-at-home freelancers tend to put in long hours. And those long hours are usually seated at a computer. When they do get out, it is to meet with a client – driving and sitting some more. This can turn into an unhealthy lifestyle – little physical exercise, snacking or calling out for pizza delivery instead of fixing...[Click to read more]

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Hiring a Freelance Developer? 10 Tips to Make Your First Kick-off Meeting a Success

by Carey Wodehouse, Business2community.com
September 19, 2017

You’re scaling up and ready to augment your software development team. After some research, you determined hiring remote developers was the best solution for you, finding quality talent from around the world to “chase the sun” and keep your project moving around the clock. You found a talented freelance developer, had a successful interview, and you’re...[Click to read more]

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Travel The World: Top 30 Companies Hiring Freelancers

by Laura Begley Bloom, Forbes.com
September 19, 2017

Tovah Burstein and her husband had been living and working in Chicago, but they were tired of being tied down by the 9-5 and wanted to travel. So they took a chance, moved into a trailer home and began exploring the country. “He’s a nurse, so we decided to try travel nursing,” says Burstein, 32. “I left my great job and...[Click to read more]

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