You’ll Never Reach Your Full Potential Working for Somebody Else

I never thought I wanted to be self-employed. I associated it with financial worries, uncertainty, and ultimately, stress. But as I continued showing up to work at the same time each day, typing emails and handling the phone calls my boss didn’t want to take, it started to dawn on me. This was it. WhilstContinue reading “You’ll Never Reach Your Full Potential Working for Somebody Else”

5 Amazing Reasons to Outsource Your Business Copywriting Needs Today

I hear ya. As a business owner doing things on your own, your head might be about to explode. Trying to do everything and anything within your business, even if it isn’t your forte. The learning process is real. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Whilst there are a whole host of thingsContinue reading “5 Amazing Reasons to Outsource Your Business Copywriting Needs Today”

5 Sure Signs It’s Time to Pivot Your Business

Now, when I hear the word ‘pivot’, my mind is instantly transported to that memorable scene in Friends involving Ross’s couch.  But as we all know, the outcome wasn’t great for that poor unassuming piece of furniture. That’s not to say that pivoting in business can’t be just as a rough ride — but, whenContinue reading “5 Sure Signs It’s Time to Pivot Your Business”

Overwhelmed With Work? Try These 5 Things

Being overwhelmed with work is both a blessing and a curse. You’ve grafted for months, or maybe even years, and it’s finally paid off. You can pay the bills, and you no longer have that sick tummy feeling wondering if you’ll be able to earn enough the following month. But you have work coming outContinue reading “Overwhelmed With Work? Try These 5 Things”

Quit New Year’s Resolutions and Make Small Changes Instead

It’s that time of year again. New Year, New Me. But we all know how that story goes. We have all the best intentions as we diligently draft down our New Year’s Resolutions, deciding how we can improve ourselves during the coming year. Losing weight, exercising more, saving money, spending less time on our phones,Continue reading “Quit New Year’s Resolutions and Make Small Changes Instead”

How Negative Experiences Can Be a Catalyst for Growth

In times of despair, it can be difficult to see beyond our current circumstances — or to see the opportunities that will act as a catalyst for growth. When my Dad passed away, I wanted to curl up into a tiny ball and never emerge from my bed again. Every time I opened my eyesContinue reading “How Negative Experiences Can Be a Catalyst for Growth”

Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Start Your Own Business

As much as the pandemic has been overwhelmingly difficult to say the least, there has never been a more perfect time to start your own business. Unemployment across the world is at an all-time low and the economy has taken a huge hit. But this isn’t all cause for doom and gloom. If companies likeContinue reading “Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Start Your Own Business”

Stop Waiting for the ‘Right Time’: Do It Now

Why do we always think there will be a ‘right time’? I will always be an advocate for going after what you want in life. After all, isn’t that the whole point? For as long as I can remember, once my mind is made up, that’s it. There’s no ifs or buts. And whilst I mightContinue reading “Stop Waiting for the ‘Right Time’: Do It Now”

8 Things They Don’t Tell You About Working From Home

Before I began working from home last year, I had no idea what I was in for. All I knew was that I couldn’t stand working in an office any longer and I wanted to be at home, comfy in my pyjamas, tapping on my laptop in bed. Now, with more of us than everContinue reading “8 Things They Don’t Tell You About Working From Home”

Is Our Productivity to the Detriment of Our Mental Health?

If there’s one thing this pandemic has taught us, it’s that remote working really works. As a freelancer, I learnt the hard way that if I was going to earn money, I needed to work pretty damn hard for it. No more twiddling my thumbs, watching the hours roll by, and no more steady monthlyContinue reading “Is Our Productivity to the Detriment of Our Mental Health?”