We know things are stressful, and most of us are facing similar questions. In periods of unpredictability and instability, how can you keep your business secure? What can you do now to fare the storm? Is there any way to expand income streams in the age of the coronavirus?
Whether you have a fully equipped home office or you just started working on the couch in sweats, certain challenges of working from home are almost inevitable — distractions, changes in time management, and stress, to name a few.
Completely separating your business and personal finances not only helps you gain more clarity into the financial state of your business, but it can also become critical to proving your financial credibility in the future.
Myrna Datilus is the mastermind behind A Colorful Dreamer, a blog showcasing audacious dream chasers & dreamy events. Combining passion with purpose, Myrna is a solopreneur who's hustle is led with heart and integrity.
One of the most daunting aspects of being a solopreuner is setting your freelancing rate. We all have moments of insecurities about our work and the value we actually deliver for clients. In turn, it’s common to develop fears around setting a rate that exceeds our actual value.
We were first enthralled with Carrie Dangenhard’s storytelling on Instagram, where her announcement of transitioning from employee to full-time freelancer caught our eye. An Austin based freelance content writer and strategist with years of experience, Carrie is no stranger to the language arts.