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12 Millennial Women On Earning Money Through A Side Hustle. Money is a feminist issue — and yet, women are still reluctant to talk about it.

12 Millennial Women On Earning Money Through A Side Hustle

According to a recent Bustle survey of more than 1,000 Millennial women, more than 50 percent of people said they never discuss personal finances with friends, even though 28 percent reported feeling stressed out about money every single day. That's why Bustle launched Grown-A$$ Finances, a series that gets real about what Millennial women are doing with their money, and why — because managing your money should feel empowering, not intimidating. A lot of people have side jobs in addition to their full-time ones, and there's even a #sidehustle hashtag on Twitter. Because, truth be told, oftentimes, one job is not enough — whether you need the extra money to pay off student loan debt or to put towards your emergency or vacation fund.

Exactly! Confidence Tips: 6 Steps to Self-Assurance From Dr. Phil. By Dr.

Confidence Tips: 6 Steps to Self-Assurance From Dr. Phil

Phil McGraw Few of us feel totally invincible all the time — including me. If you throw me into a social setting where I’m forced to make small talk, my normally solid self-assurance can waver. Fortunately, confidence doesn’t come in fixed quantities. And if you’re brimming with it in one part of your life, you’re well-positioned to boost it in others. Follow these strategies to expand the confidence you’ve got into something even greater. Dr. It’s human nature to think negatively. How to Build Your Network. If you were to ask your colleagues, “Who was Paul Revere?”

How to Build Your Network

Most would probably know the answer. He was, after all, immortalized in the Longfellow poem that begins, “Listen, my children, and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere.” Yet how many of your colleagues, students of American history aside, would be familiar with William Dawes? Both men rode on horseback from Boston on the night of April 18, 1775. Both sounded the alarm that the Revolutionary War had begun. Paul Revere was an information broker, a person who occupies a key role in a social network by connecting disparate groups of people.

Now imagine that the information being ferried by messengers isn’t about redcoats but about a new product idea or a different way to manage a team. Studies have shown the same correlations between networks like Paul Revere’s and success in various commercial ventures. In this article, we’ll take a close look at the inner workings of networks.

Learn to Love Networking. Rami Niemi “I hate networking.”

Learn to Love Networking

We hear this all the time from executives, other professionals, and MBA students. They tell us that networking makes them feel uncomfortable and phony—even dirty. Although some people have a natural passion for it—namely, the extroverts who love and thrive on social interaction—many understandably see it as brown-nosing, exploitative, and inauthentic. But in today’s world, networking is a necessity. When we studied 165 lawyers at a large North American law firm, for example, we found that their success depended on their ability to network effectively both internally (to get themselves assigned to choice clients) and externally (to bring business into the firm). Fortunately, our research shows that an aversion to networking can be overcome. 1. Most people have a dominant motivational focus—what psychologists refer to as either a “promotion” or a “prevention” mindset.

Consider a work-related social function you feel obliged to attend. 2. 3. 4. Why Creating a Meaningful Morning Routine Will Make You More Successful. For the majority of my child and adult life I never considered myself a “morning person.”

Why Creating a Meaningful Morning Routine Will Make You More Successful

I was a night owl. During my architecture school career I worked late through the night and slept in the mornings. When I started working at an Architecture firm, I conformed to getting up at 7am… but I didn’t enjoy it. I would get up as late as possible, skip breakfast, rush to work, and then feel like I was trying to catch up the rest of the day. This type of routine will take its toll on your physical and mental well-being and majorly impact your productivity. Now, I work from home for myself on various businesses, and I happily wake up around 5:30 am each day. One of my goals for the beginning of this year was to get into a good morning routine in order to set myself up for the day. How to launch a dream business while working full time, by the women who did it. Lessons From Six Months as a Freelance Travel Writer. The end of March marked my sixth month as a freelancer travel writer.

Lessons From Six Months as a Freelance Travel Writer

I’ve finally hit a good groove with the whole shebang and it’s nice to see things coming together. Before I quit my job and dived right into working for myself, I told myself over and over again that it wouldn’t be a walk in the park. Zone de confort : osez en sortir. Wanderful World - For creative freelancers who love to travel. BOSS Network - In Photos: Top 10 Entrepreneurial Websites For Women. Nataporter_mystorysofar sur Instagram.