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Entrepreneur's Workplace

Home Coaching Business: How To Get Started

Everyone needs that little bit of guidance and direction in their lives including me! If you feel like you are the kind of person who can provide people with this, you may have what it takes to become a coach. And thanks to rapid advancements in technology, it is now more possible than ever to set up your very own coaching business from home.

If you are not sure how to get started, this guide is for you to give you some of the basics.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Magazine

How To Cash Your Passion With Lynda Omerekpe

Discovering your passion is something that can be so difficult to figure out and I know because I’ve been in such situation. Learning how to earn an income from your passion is another thing that gives many a headache.

However, as the year moves forward, I’ll be providing you with tips, tricks and so much more that can help make this easy to navigate.

I’m so excited to have partnered with Lynda not only because she’s someone I admire and know to be very hardworking and passionate about her career and personal goals, but also because this is an area of work that interests me. It’s always exciting to know someone whose goals align with mine!

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Get a Head Start on Your Business Finances
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Get A Head Start On Your Business Finances

It can take a lot of money to start some businesses or improve the business finances, while others need next to nothing to get going. Whether you invest thousands in your new business or you barely put any money into it, looking after your finances from the beginning is essential.

If you want to give yourself a head start where your business finances are concerned, you should find the best ways to get on your feet as quickly as possible. There are some smart moves you can make to avoid getting into problems with cash flow or other issues later on.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace, Magazine

Chanèle McFarlane: Full-Time Entrepreneur (Writer, Speaker, PR Specialist & More)!!

Ever thought of becoming a full-time entrepreneur? I first met Chanèle at a networking event she hosted and I immediately loved her personality and hard work.

Late last year, while scrolling through my Instagram feed, she announced that she had decided to become a full-time entrepreneur.

I’ve had readers request that I feature someone who’s turned an idea to business. So one of my goals is to have some full-time entrepreneurs share their stories for workers who want to go that route.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

Struggling To Stay Afloat? Revamping Your Business To Avoid A Career Change

A business change; where necessary, is important. It can be extremely tough for a business owner to admit that their business is struggling. It may have taken years to create, may have even had a few years at the top of the business game.

However, now that level of success seems like an incredibly long time ago. How do you help your struggling business to climb back up that success ladder again?

Here are a few things you may want to consider when trying to keep you and your business afloat.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace, Inspiration

Take A New Career Path In 2018

People usually think of the new year new me saying as changing things about their physical selves or lifestyle. For example, the most common one to change is diet or fitness. But, at the same time these are both the hardest things to change.

So why not make your new year’s resolution one that is easy to stick to, and actually will dramatically change your life. A career change. There’s no point being stuck in a career you’re not happy in, so you might as well make arrangements to find a new career.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

Are You Ready To Break Out On Your Own?

One of the most amazing things about the modern world is just how much control it offers so many people over their own lives and careers. There was a time when your only option was to work for a company and slowly work your way up the ranks. However, there are now so many other options available to people that it can be pretty overwhelming!

The most significant things about many of these options is that they give you the chance to break out on your own and no longer have to rely on other people for your career. However, as exciting as that might sound, it can be a real challenge to do this.

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Employee's Workplace, Entrepreneur's Workplace

The Changing Job Market: What Your Employer Thinks About You

Over time, one thing that has been understood about the job market and workplace, in general, is that many people are in fear. Fear of losing their jobs. The fear of not being good enough for a job or being incompetent.

There is also the fear of failing to meet deadlines. Fear of asking for a raise or a promotion. And if you’re an employee, sometimes the fear of what your employer thinks about you.

The job market is fierce and in this day and age, competition has never been greater. Businesses are evolving due to the changes in multiple technologies and the huge internet penetration.

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

The Changing Job Market: An Immigrant’s Story

While contemplating becoming an immigrant in Canada, I decided to move for several reasons and if I’m being honest, I had to consider whether my career will still be in line. 

Thankfully, I was already certain that I didn’t want to go ahead with practicing law so that was out of the way – no need for re-evaluation, articulation, re-examination, re-qualification and believe me, I was excited.

But choosing a career also bothered me a great deal. I didn’t want to start one that I will detest, another life where I feel trapped in a career that I didn’t enjoy and I knew would dwindle in the long run. One where I felt like I wasn’t making use of my passions and talents.

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