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Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Building A Supportive Network Around Your Creative Passion

If you were to believe the romantic representation in the media, you might think that embarking in a creative career – full-time or as a side hustle – can be liberating and empowering.

While there is no denying that your creative passion can isolate you from your community. Being creative, it’s ultimately using your soul as a product on the market. Needless to say, it can be a solitary and challenging experience that forces you to question your sense of self-worth when you’re rejected.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

Video Is Here: Make It Part Of Your Marketing Campaign

Now, if you’ve not been keeping on top of the latest marketing news, then you might have missed an important piece of information: video is currently massive, and it’s projected to get even bigger in the coming years.

Indeed, by 2020, somewhere in the region of 80% of internet traffic will be driven by video. Eighty percent! That’s a pretty darn big percentage, and it points towards one thing: people love videos! If videos aren’t currently part of your marketing, then it might be time to consider it. Here’s how you do it!

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Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Misunderstanding: What We All Need To Know About Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs, are a different breed to most. We are conflicting and conflicted characters, and so we are incredibly misunderstood. Same applies when you meet a fellow entrepreneur, while there is a kinship in us pulling together as one, ultimately there is a lot of competition and debate on this.

I consider myself a creative entrepreneur as I’ve stated in previous posts and overtime even though I still work a regular 9-5. I’m sure by now you are one of those that consider creatives to be entrepreneurs. And even though in the past I wouldn’t have considered myself to be an entrepreneur, I’ve learned a few tips that I’m going to share.

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