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Looking to take your 'office' outside to the deck, or wanting to work while traveling? This article is for you! There are so many tools available that enable you to pick up your laptop and work just about anywhere! I'm giving you my top five favorite remote working tools.



One of the big problems I see with society today is that we seem to have even shorter attention spans than ever before and its getting worse.



How many times have you looked through the features and benefits section of these programs only to discover that they both offer pretty much the same thing - the only difference... the price! And, of course, if you're budget conscious then you're going to go with the cheaper option. In this article I'd like to share with you the difference between the two and why cheaper may not always be better!



I’d like to talk about something that is just plain pissing me off these days. I’m just plain fed up with the way new women business owners are literally killing themselves to make money fast because they are afraid to ask for loans, use credit cards or even get part-time jobs in order to fund the first few years of their passionate ventures. You need to have some money in order to start a business. And as we’ve all learned the hard way, desperation just isn’t client attractive. I’d like to explain something that is incredibly important, but not often openly talked about. Building a full-time comfortable income from a service business takes time. Why? Five reasons.



As small and solo business owners, technology is the wonderful tool that allows us to run our businesses with little overhead (from home if we want to), to automate so many time-consuming tasks, and to reach thousands of people in our market.



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In this article I thought I'd share with you some of my favorite tools I use to run my business to ensure it's streamlined and automated. I love all of these tools, mainly because they're all a huge timesaver! Read on to find out more...



Having a system in place for regularly backing up your important documents is crucial when you are a solopreneur. A hard drive failure can strike at any time, sometimes even new PCs can fail. Read this article to learn more about creating a back-up system for your computer, and follow my tips to ensure you have your back-up system in place.


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