Don’t worry about the competition

When you’re trying to get your business off the ground you can’t worry about how much competition there is out there…not always. Looking at it from a personal development angle, sometimes the best thing you can do is accomplish your goal regardless of what’s going on. At the end of it all, it shapes you to be the person you’re supposed to be in order do what you’ve been created to do.


Reasons to Hire a Freelancer

Freelancers.  We don’t bite.  Usually. We are a useful group and proud to be.  However, some people are unsure of our usefulness and hesitate on using our services.  So, I’ve summarized a few reasons why a freelancer can be useful. solution-860229_960_720 This list is by no means exhaustive, but a mere guide to help demystify our world:

Experience.  Many freelancers have extensive backgrounds in the area they’ve chosen to specialize in.  Their experience is your guide to well written, professional copy suited to your needs.  Use this to your advantage, as we will.

Flexibility.  An experienced freelancer will work with and around your schedule.  Our business is to make yours easier.

Lower costs.  Your bottom line…an endless review of revenue vs. expenses.  Lowering costs while increasing profits has always been a main goal of the savvy business person.  Freelancers offer the gift of providing quality work and often for less.  Shop around.  When you find a good one you’re comfortable with and can work with you…stick with them.  You’ll thank yourself later.

Work Product.  We like what we do, which means our product will show nothing but our best work.  Your business and our best product…a beautiful collaboration meant to be.

Hope this helped clear the air!  Until next time…

Question: What are you afraid of?


What’s your reason(s) for not starting your business?  You’ve had the idea for a while now, but you’re afraid.  What’s holding you back?

Are you the only one talking business?

Are you the only one in your circle talking about breaking out on your own and starting a business?  Are you surrounded by people who think you’re crazy for working on your ideas?  Are you surrounded by a person that shoots down every idea you bring to the table?  Perhaps you need to find a new circle.

If you know your idea is worth its salt, pursue it.  Your idea deserves the follow-through.  Change your circle a little.  Get with like-minded people and watch and feel the positive flow fill you with endless possibilities and excitement.

Sometimes you need a change of scenery to think, work and feel differently.  Leave the naysayers to themselves.  Don’t let a few bad comments ruin your chance of bringing your idea to life.