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If you’re reading this, you’ve likely got a fantastic idea for starting an online business. One little problem: You already have a full-time job. Meshing a brilliant side hustle with your standard 40-hours-a-week bread-winning occupation might seem like a strong mixture to concoct. But done with careful planning, just enough transparency, and a commitment to
When you get into the business of freelancing, no matter what your particular skill may be, one of the toughest things to analyze is what your work is worth. Surprisingly, you’ll find most people devalue their skills rather than overvalue them when they are freelancing, merely because they are so fixated on getting as many
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