They say that bad publicity is better than no publicity. And there’s some truth to that. Getting featured in the media might be a powerful tool. Publicity can get you more readers, clients, and—subsequently—more income. So, how does one get published?
Working from home has many faces. A remote corporate job may create a very organized work environment while running an online business is usually a crazy ride with a lot of flexibility and mixed emotions. My life is a mix of both, so let me introduce you to all the things you should know about working from home.
My blog—the one that you’re reading right now—started in late March 2019. The first year of publishing at a new platform is usually a wild ride, both technically and emotionally. I wrote about things that are the closest to my heart: my entrepreneurial journey and my travels. And, as it turned out, many of you share my passions!
If you have a blog, then I have good news and bad news. Let’s start with the bad news: there are hundreds of millions of blogs in the world today. Having a blog is no longer unique or extraordinary. The good news is most blogs aren’t that good. With a vibrant personality, specific knowledge and some persistence, you have many options to make a living this way.
We face many important decisions in our lives and a few really crucial ones. These rules make me stay on track of my goals and remember the essential things in my life. Whenever you feel your life lacks a clear vision, you too may find them helpful.
Do you struggle in your attempts to work effectively? You’re not the only one. Today’s world tempts us with lots of distractions. Let me present you a cure for that. I tested many productivity-boosting methods and chose the ones that worked for me.
Running an online business is easy, but running a profitable online business requires some effort. And, most of all, it involves having a good product or a portfolio of products that are valuable to customers. If you make life easier or more enjoyable for others, you will succeed.
When my own book was published for the first time, it was a dream come true. But writing it was a long, and sometimes painful, process. I knew it was a big project, that’s why I embraced the challenge and didn’t expect it to be a piece of cake.
For a non-native, considering a career as an author in an English-speaking world takes a lot of hard pills to swallow. Standing face to face with your shortcomings may be hard, but it also creates a space to grow.