Posts tagged self-employed
Mini-experiments versus chronic dabbling

There aren't any summary bullet points for this post. No dabbling on this one;  you’re either in or you’re out.

I’ll admit it straight up that I’ve dabbled before. We all do it to some extent.

Doing risk-free mini-experiments is a necessity but we should be careful to distinguish that from dabbling. Mini-experiments should give us an opportunity to try something in a structured fashion; get help from someone who understands the area and overcome at least one obstacle while learning from it. 

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Getting paid to do work you love

Disclaimer: This isn’t a business or marketing blog post. This is a coaching strategy blog post. 

I’m really excited about writing this post because it’s always been a burning question for many people who come to me:

Question: "I know what I want to do...but can I get paid for it?!” 

Answer: “I don’t know if you can get paid - but I do know that others are getting paid to do what you love doing. I also know that if you don’t try, you definitely won’t succeed."

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