New Year’s resolutions. End-of-year planning.
Last week, I wrote a post aimed at those of us with the entrepreneurial bug. If you’re like me, you’ll probably never be completely satisfied working for other people.
My friend and DJ Sean Gallagher runs an online business teaching people how to DJ. His business gives him the freedom to live anywhere in the world, and he built this lifestyle very intentionally.
Before you ask how to become self-employed, there’s another much more important question to ask yourself.
[fblike width=”550″] Let’s face it. Jobs suck.
Perhaps there’s a way to give away all of your work for free and still support yourself from it. I haven’t discovered that yet, which means I have to charge for some of my work.
If you rely on creativity for your work, for fun, or for a business you’re building, you know how easy it is to exhaust your creativity and motivation. Sometimes you just don’t have anything more to give.
Note: I would love to hear your opinion about the current state of online marketing in the comments below. This is an incredibly important topic.
If you’ve been following along, you know that during November I published a blog post here every day. Monday, Tuesday… every day including the weekends.