I know most of those reading this are thinking – ‘‘Why on earth should I embrace failure?’’ Some might even feel insulted and ask ‘’what is the meaning of this?’’ I have the same answer for both questions. Take your time to finish reading and get the true meaning of the topic. Read more

Avenues to increase your income or double your pay is something most of us look for. A lot of us do not derive full satisfaction from our 8 to 5 activities and always look for something to do on the side that will fulfill our inner desires for satisfaction. While a lot of employers discourage this and some will even advice you it is better to go all in and leave what you have at the moment, the reluctance to leave the bird in hand and go for the more promising two in the bush is always quite high. Read more

By Sherrie Campbell 

Discipline is the greatest obstacle in preventing most people from achieving the levels of success they desire. Take a moment to process that if you had the discipline to do everything you knew you should do, even when you did not feel like doing it, how much more successful you will be in achieving your personal and professional goals. Discipline is the most challenging habit to do consistently, which is why employers reward it more than any other. Read more

When it comes to marketing content to local customers, you have to take a unique approach – the tactics that work for big businesses aren’t going to resonate with the target audience in your town. So what do you need to do differently? Here, I’ll discuss a new approach for marketing content to local customers. Read more

A relationship in of itself can be hard. Add entrepreneurship into the mix, and it can get complicated. It takes a special kind of person to be an entrepreneur. You have to be self-motivated and driven by a bigger why. You have to ignore your doubts and fear and leave a more secure work situation for the roller coaster ride that owning a business can bring. It takes an even more special person to enter into a relationship with an entrepreneur. Read more

Everyone procrastinates. Even the most successful people struggle with it every day. But successful people do something that most of us don’t —they push past it. They don’t make excuses or allow it to affect their output. They come up with smart, actionable strategies to break past mental barriers and stay productive. Read more