Category Archives: Work-at-Home

Huge Coaching Giveaway!!

What could you do with 3 months of free coaching to guide you along building your business?

That question got me thinking and is the reason I’ve put together a HUGE giveaway.

Starting today (4/20/16), you can enter to win $450’s worth of coaching for your online business!

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What I Learned This Week from Working as a VA: Treat Your Own Business Like It’s Your Client

I can’t yet call myself a seasoned pro at the virtual assisting game. But I decided to borrow an idea from someone else and give it a try. Every week I’ll bring you an insight into the lesson I learned … Continue reading

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Kicking Butt and Taking Names: My January and February 2016 Income Reports

  You may have noticed I’ve been rather ghostly lately. Please rest assured I’m okay. I suffered a few personal setbacks last month. Believe it or not, they actually worked to sharpen my focus and keep me on track toward … Continue reading

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30 Days of Blogging: Expanding on My Article for The Write Life

So, I got in The Write Life. For me, this is a major accomplishment. It’s been 11 days since I finished Gina Horkey’s course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success. And just like that, I’m in The friggin’ … Continue reading

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If the Mind Is Able and the Body Is Willing

Originally posted on Cruz Santana Writes:
This Is Me, Now I’m terminally ill. I haven’t shared this with anyone online before. Being that this is my first time talking about all of this, I’m going to be as straight with…

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My Sweet November: Day 30 – Reaching the Destination

We’ve arrived! With the final lesson under my belt, I’ve finally made it to my 30th day. The course has been a blessing. This blog has too. There isn’t anything bad I can say about the course. Here’s what I … Continue reading

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My Sweet November: Day 29 – Become an Affiliate

It feels a lot like the last day of school. I’ve arrived at the final lesson in Gina Horkey’s 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success. At this point, I’ve learned all I need to make it in this … Continue reading

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My Sweet November: Day 28 – Writing a Solid Writing Resume

You wouldn’t believe how many times I’ve pitched to ads asking me to send in my resume. Before starting this course, 30 Days or Less to Freelance Writing Success, I thought they wanted to see my regular resume. Oops! Honestly, … Continue reading

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My Sweet November: Day 27 – Diversify Your Business

Diversifying your online business opens up income streams you wouldn’t otherwise have access to. Expanding your business is a no-brainer. For example, this WordPress struggle I’ve been on has me seriously thinking about writing a course and offering Web design … Continue reading

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On Effective Cold Pitching

Most of the pitches I’ve sent out have been cold pitches in which I’ve had to propose topics to a prospective client. At first, this felt uncomfortable for me. I’d become anxious, afraid that I’d made the greatest, dumbest typo … Continue reading

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