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November 2018

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Side Hustle Series

Side Hustles To Think About In 2019

‘Side hustle’ is one of the key buzzwords this year. If you weren’t one of the many people jumping on the bandwagon this year, it’s still likely you came across the term. A side hustle can be an excellent way to boost your income and who knows where it could lead. However, you don’t have to start one because every other person hs a side hustle. It should be because you want to and have reasons to explore this area.

The good news is that it’s never too late to join the movement, so if you’re looking for ways to grow your money next year, here are some side hustles to think about in 2019.

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Employee's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Tips On How To Grow Your Side Hustle As A Full-Time Worker

Many workers are starting to see reasons why they should have a side hustle. As a result, this is now the ‘gig economy’. Having another means of income can be beneficial for a number of reasons, however, this is not something that every employee must venture into.

You need to be certain it’s something you are comfortable with. Otherwise, let it remain a hobby as running a business however small is no easy feat!

It’s a way of reducing your dependency on your main source of income (i.e. a backup plan for your life or career). A side hustle is also one way of reaching financial freedom, as you are able to increase your residual income most especially if your full-time income isn’t good enough.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

8 Advantages of a Flexible Workforce For You and Your Team

With advances in technology, it is more common than ever before to either be able to either work from home or to be able to work a flexible schedule that is more conducive to each individual employee within a company.

This ability has led businesses both large and small to seriously reconsider the typical 9 to 5 workday in favor of a more flexible work day. So what are the steps that you can take as an employer for creating a flexible workplace?

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, New Worker, The Immigrant Worker

How Mentorship Has Helped Me

A few years ago, I didn’t think mentorship was of importance. Today, I can attest to how important having a mentor is as I’ve gained immensely from it and can tell you that it’s a lifesaver. Is there one way to find a mentor? The answer is no.

At every stage in our lives we look out for direction, most usually from those who have had similar experiences in that path – a mentor. Whether it’s an official or unofficial arrangement is a different discussion. What’s most important is deriving the benefits that come from mentorship.

My world of mentorship all started the day I decided to join a friend for a networking event. At first, I was skeptical about going for the event but summoned up courage as I wanted to mingle a bit.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

How Difficult is it to Become & Work as a Nurse?

Becoming a nurse is a career aim for many people, but are you sure that this is the right career path for you to pursue? There are so many things that you have to consider and take into account when deciding which career path is right for you, and it’s worth delving into this in more depth before you decide for sure. Even if you are 100% sure that you want to be a nurse, you might be wondering how difficult the job is.

To help you learn more about what it’s like to be a nurse and how you go about becoming one, we’re going to outline some of the details below. This should give you the information you need and learn what it’s like to be a full-time nurse.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

Medical Practices: Here’s How To Build The Best Team

Medical practices depend heavily on a team that is not only great at what they do and have a vast amount of professional experience – but also a team that knows how to work together.

Unfortunately, this is one of those things that many practices struggle with. As a business owner, you have to look for ways to improve the teamwork, boost communication, and ensure that their employees know the importance of working together.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Little Known Ways To Get Rid Of These 2 Life Problems

Do you often think of some of the life problems we face as humans, better put adults? We all go through some form of obstacles in life.

Growing up, we watched cartoons that ended with: “and they lived happily ever after…” At least, I did. Naturally, we bought into the idea of never having any worries. We grew older, faced and still face a number of life challenges and find it somewhat difficult to navigate. But this shouldn’t be.

Do you think that if we were taught from a young age that adversity was a common thing with living we’d have learned to solve life issues easily?

As human beings, we are always looking to solve problems which have led to a number of inventions like electricity, internet, technology, etc. However, what’s most challenging is solving problems with our personal lives and dealing with our minds.

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Inspiration, Relaxation

Book Review: The Obstacle is The Way by Ryan Holiday

In this article, I’ll review The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. However, before I begin since this is my first book review, I’ll have to start by giving credit to my mother who thought it wise to take me along with her to the library when I was around 8 years or so.

At the time, she was studying for her masters. This little act has helped shape my life when it comes to areas of self-development even though at the time I was reading Barbie stories.

Even before her rigorous studying days/ months, my mother encouraged active reading by making us exchange books and then we’ll recommend books to each other. She and my father also created a mini-library in our house and I think all these fostered a reading culture in me.

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