Ten Benefits Of Rentals That May Change Your Perspective

These paintings reflect on being ready for what’s to come and like the trees knowing we’ll get through it. There will be blossoming once again in the spring.

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10 Things Successful Mompreneurs Do Different

These paintings reflect on being ready for what’s to come and like the trees knowing we’ll get through it. There will be blossoming once again in the spring.

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How Stay Calm from the First Time.

These paintings reflect on being ready for what’s to come and like the trees knowing we’ll get through it. There will be blossoming once again in the spring.

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How to Stay True to Your Personal Brand

When it comes to your business or career, you want people picturing specific things when they think of you.

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5 Vital Lessons in 5 Years of Freelancing

Being self-employed and working from home, it’s easy to get carried away and work too much and too often. Use these tips to set boundaries with yourself and ensure that your goals are balanced.

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11 Super Useful Tips for Small-Business Owners

Being a small-business owner poses a ton of challenges. We asked members of the Young Entrepreneur Council what helpful advice they could pass off to new entrepreneurs.

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How to Give Yourself Grace to Start Again

Forgive yourself for bad habits you may have started or mistakes you might’ve made in adjusting to your new normal, and look forward instead. A bright future begins with good decisions today.

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Become a Better Blogger: Content Planning

Starting a blog is easy. Keeping it filled with interesting and engaging content is the tough part. So, are you ready to kick your blogging efforts up a notch? In this class you’ll complete a three month editorial calendar to help you map out your content and plan ahead.

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Five Essential Online Learning Strategies

Online courses are often attractive to students because they offer flexibility, particularly for those with demanding professional or personal responsibilities. This flexibility, however, can lead students into trouble. It can be tempting for students to delay working through the course material, thinking they’ll find time later in the week.

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Promoting Your Online Business on Pinterest

When I noticed that over 60% of my own traffic was coming from Pinterest (where I have around 6600 followers) and only 3% was coming from Instagram (where I have 110k+ followers) — despite the fact that I was spending way less time on Pinterest and way too much time on Instagram I knew I needed to change my game plan.

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5 Elements of the Law of Reciprocity That Control Your Life

“While the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease. Gen 8:22 (Modern King James Version) A man was driving down a road and he almost didn’t see the old lady, stranded on the side of the road. But even in the dim light of day, he

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Gamification and Game-Based Learning

When discussing gamification and game-based learning there is often some confusion as to how they differ. Many people use the terms interchangeably but they are not the same. However they are often linked together so it isn’t always easy to separate them.

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