“Should I start a blog?”

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Are you wondering, “Should I start a blog?”

Wonder no more. In this post, I will outline all the major advantages of starting a blog in 2024. But more importantly, I will address the most common objections, like your chances of succeeding or the threat of AI-generated content.

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Marketing for Coaches: What I Have Learned So Far

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Are you a coach struggling to find clients? Then you need to educate yourself about marketing for coaches.

The problem is that there are so many different approaches. Should you do webinars? Start a YouTube channel? Create content for Instagram?

In this article, I will share what has worked for me, and what I am still struggling with.

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“Why do I keep quitting jobs?”

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If you switch jobs every couple of months, this won’t go over so well. People will think you lazy or unwilling to commit.

Don’t let that bother you.

Compulsive job quitting is actually a good thing. It means you haven’t made peace with the status quo yet. You refuse to do work that is meaningless.

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How To Escape the Rat Race

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Are you fed up with the vexations of the rat race?

The daily commute. The pointless work. Your jerk of a boss. The office politics.

But it doesn’t have to be like that.

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What Is a Lifestyle Entrepreneur — And How To Become One?

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As an employee, your job dictates your life.

When you get up in the morning, what you must work on, which people you spend your day with — all of that is determined by your 9-to-5 prison.

Lifestyle entrepreneurs question that paradigm. They believe that your job should enhance your life, not worsen it.

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How To Achieve Time Freedom

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Are you the master of your own time?

Most people are not. They have to work set hours, can only take certain days off, and get a limited amount of vacation time each year.

They lack freedom of time. Their employer decides how they structure their day, not them.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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How To Stop Being a Corporate Slave

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Large businesses like to ramble on about culture and transparency. But to them, you are just another corporate slave. Dressing it up won’t change the fact.

There is no point in playing the blame game, though.

The fault is not with “them.” The fault is with ourselves. Out of fear, we opted for the well-trodden career path. And now we are suffering the consequences.

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How To Become a Freelance Writer With No Experience

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Are you considering leaving your 9-to-5 job behind and becoming a freelance writer?

The challenge is to get your foot in the door.

Since you don’t have any references, most people won’t hire you.

Yet without projects, you can’t get any references.

It’s a conundrum.

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Work on Your Business, Not in Your Business

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If you are self-employed, you know the feeling — some days, you wonder if it’s ever going to get better.

The 200 emails in your inbox. The constant fires you have to put out. The long backlog of projects that just keeps getting longer.

The solution — you should work on your business, not in your business.

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