Solopreneurs: Don’t Overcomplicate Your Mindfulness Practice

I'm a grown-up and a parent and a business owner, but I have to admit I'm sometimes very reactive -- like a child. For instance, this morning, I looked at the time on my phone and rolled out of bed. I noticed two new emails in my work inbox. I opened them, and one of them was from a client who wanted to fix something.

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Making Time for Creative Writing When You Write for a Living

Sometimes I convince myself that I can't fit in writing time. And yet it’s my writing that I’m eternally trying to fit in. I don’t try to squeeze in a television marathon — there is always time for that. But my writing, the core of my identity, and the very essence of who I am, that’s the thing I sometimes don’t find time for.

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Does Your B2B Blog Pass The "Snooze Test"?

B2B blog readers are likely to be looking for information. Unfortunately, too many businesses weigh down their blog posts in industry jargon, or worse, use their blog as a place for ramblings or dry company news. The result? Dry, boring blog posts that leave your audience asleep on their laptops.

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The 5 Questions You Have to Ask Yourself Before Using Facebook Groups for Marketing

If you haven’t already joined a group or two, Facebook group marketing may seem like yet another shiny object poised to distract you from your goals this year. But don’t be so quick to dismiss it -- networking and marketing through Facebook groups can be an incredibly lucrative way to connect with your target market.

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