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Reflecting on my 3rd Year In Business: Top Highlights and Lessons Learned

I’ve now been in business for myself for over 1,100 days. As I enter my 4th year in business, I’m going to share some of the key highlights and lessons learned from my 3rd year in business. Since day 1 when I went out on my own in November 2018, my goal is to build a business for the long haul. Now in my 4th year, that mission remains the same. In my first year in business, I was obsessed with hitting $100k in annual revenue. I actually managed to nearly double “my salary” from my last job but I

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My word for 2021 – Consistency

For the past 7 years, I set aside time in late December to reflect on the past year and choose a theme for the year ahead.  Note: Every year, I’ve shared my theme for the year ahead in a blog post. My theme in 2014 was change and resiliency. In 2015, it was vulnerability. In 2016 it was mindfulness. In 2017, it was honey over vinegar.  In 2018, it was process.  In 2019, it was focus. And, last year, it was momentum.

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As I enter my 3rd year in business, I’m going to share some of the key highlights and lessons learned on days 365 – 730.  I started my business in November 2018.   In my first year in business, I had some early wins.  However, I got to that point through intense focus and working A LOT OF HOURS. It wasn’t a sustainable way to grow and run a business. 

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How current search trends are predicting the future of remote work

COVID-19 has taken the way we view office work and turned it on its head overnight. Employees used to seeing their coworkers in person each day were suddenly thrown into a remote work setting. With the abrupt change came not just a change in scenery at the “office”, but a different way of collaborating with teammates throughout the entire work process.

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