5 Tips on Getting Motivated and Productive When You Work for Yourself

Over the past few years, you’ve probably heard that we’re living in a “gig economy.” The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that over a third of the American workforce is comprised of freelancers. That’s over 50 million Americans, and the number is increasing each year. Self-employment is certainly nothing new. Home run and self-start businesses … Continue reading “5 Tips on Getting Motivated and Productive When You Work for Yourself”

#68 – Career Expert Series – Side-Hustle Coach – Tracey Minutolo

For Episode 68 of The CareerMetis Podcast, we will be hearing from a Tracey Minutolo who will be talking to use about the importance of having a side-hustle. Guest Introduction – Tracey Minutol0 Tracey helps people who work 9-5 build and grow profitable side businesses they love. She explains how she successfully started her very first side … Continue reading “#68 – Career Expert Series – Side-Hustle Coach – Tracey Minutolo”

How to Start Working and Earning as a Freelancer

The “entrepreneurship fever” that we have today is leading many people to register as self-employed professionals or freelancers and work from home. These people know that they have enough capacity to do a job on their own and therefore decide not to rely on anyone to hire them. The problem is that starting as a … Continue reading “How to Start Working and Earning as a Freelancer”

7 Lucrative Careers You Can Start From Your Own Couch

Finding a job for somebody, who has just been dismissed, is not that easy, but with proper perseverance, everything is manageable. It is much more difficult for those, who have just graduated from institute or college, have no special education or after a long break in working life, but need a job now. But what … Continue reading “7 Lucrative Careers You Can Start From Your Own Couch”

Risk and Failure; Your Best Allies

It happens all the time. Every freelancer had at least one big crash. That awesome idea, that winner solution, that unbelievable service everyone needs and YOU can offer turned into a major failure. It could not happen, but it did. Suddenly you “wake up” to a nightmare. That planned business has failed, miserably. Now you … Continue reading “Risk and Failure; Your Best Allies”

5 Places to Get a Job after Graduation

“Just get through high school and your college life will be a bed of roses!” they said. “Just get through the final semester, find a job, and live the rest of your life happily!” they said. And here you are – a graduate looking for a job. What “they” don’t understand or fail to emphasize … Continue reading “5 Places to Get a Job after Graduation”

10 Low Entry Cost Jobs Where You Get to Be Your Own Boss

Recent studies from the Bureau of Labor Statistics have shown that over 14 million people in the US are self-employed. The majority of them are consultants, contractors, or freelancers, which means that they either work for themselves or for business clients. However, some other self-employed workers enjoy running their own small business either selling services … Continue reading “10 Low Entry Cost Jobs Where You Get to Be Your Own Boss”

Starting a Business? Remember You Responsibilities

For many of us, career choices usually boil down to two differences: self-employed or employed. The latter option is the typical choice that most people chose because it comes with the least responsibilities. We have a job, we have a boss, and we have a salary. Taxes are usually automatically paid out of our salary … Continue reading “Starting a Business? Remember You Responsibilities”