A lot of people want to write a book or maybe even a short story, but they don't know where to start. These are a few tips to help you get on the right track to writing successfully.
The first thing that you want to do when you want to start a blog is that you want to choose a blogging platform, a domain name that will get a lot of peoples attention, a hosting option. The next step you want to take when you want to start a blog is that you want to design your blog using a simple theme or a theme that will attract a lot of people. The third step is that you want to modify your blog to get your desired look and feel. The fourth step is that you want to select the best plugins for your blog. The final step to this is that you want to write compelling content that adds value to readers.
Being a freelancer isn't easy. And if we were honest about it, it can be downright brutal. You're always on the hunt for a new gig, you may have clients that just like to tear you down, and at times, there's no real way to figure out if your work will be accepted.
It can happen to anyone who's searching for a job.
I am not sure I like my job. I think I used to like it... I think. Back when making my 30K a year meant something huge. That was ten years ago. I'm still here, making a tad more money, and just about every day I consider whether or not I like my job. I also consider how long I can ride on unemployment, how much I could make working at TJ Maxx or if I can make money doing what I actually like doing. Problem is I don't know what I like doing... besides sitting on my comfy sofa watching shit reality TV. Can I get paid for that?
So you want to write a novel? Got an idea that has been brewing in the back of your mind? Great!
What do people recall most intensely from a story they’ve read?
(Side Note: These tips could also work for writing any book, I just like to gear my tips toward Wattpad since that's where my experience is at.)
As an entrepreneur, nothing can seem more overwhelming than getting up in front of investors to pitch as you try to raise funds. And I’ll be honest, it’s going to be a massive part of what you do as a founder, especially in the early years. But, like any job you need the right tool (unless you're Thor, then you just need a hammer). Your pitch deck is going to be that tool. What goes in that pitch deck? Let's talk about it.
The apparent complexity of tax laws is probably one of the main reasons why people, in general, might be turned off from trying to educate themselves concerning basic tax matters that would enable them to attempt doing their own taxes. But even if they choose not to do their taxes themselves, having basic tax knowledge would enable them to understand what their preparers are doing, and place them in a position to detect any possible errors.