Have you ever noticed the way your mindset changes on your most productive days? Instead of struggling to focus and fend off distractions, you’re locked in, accomplishing the task at hand with ease. Hours slip by barely noticed—and before you know it, your big task is complete.
By some estimates, half of the U.S. workforce will soon work remotely. Remote work is the future of work in many ways, and coworking spaces have tapped the trend by offering office space for individuals to rent. But is a coworking space right for you?
Today, about a third of U.S. workers have a freelance job. Some use it as a side hustle, while others manage the struggles and triumphs of freelancing full-time. But all of them face the same difficulty each year: figuring out freelance taxes.
The opportunity to work from home seems like a dream gig. But is it difficult to stay focused when you’re surrounded by the comforts (and distractions) of home? Actually, it’s easier than you might think.
A resume shouldn’t just present the bare facts of your experience—it should present them in the most compelling possible way. This means carefully emphasizing the positives while hiding the negatives. But how much should you embellish that information to get results?
Almost three out of every four people in multi-level marketing jobs make no money or actually lose money. Of course, most people would never knowingly take on a job with such a high risk of not getting paid. But when that job promises to let you work from home, it can suddenly seem worth a try.
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