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Live Below Your Means: How to Retire Early by 40

It’s a dream of many to retire early at just 40 years old. You quit your job and leave your old career behind. You can finally tell your boss what you really think of them. I had a very pleasant time working for you, but now is the time move on – Glenn What? Not […]

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Find a Roommate with These Amazing Tools

Roommates. Hate them or love them, you sometimes have to live with one…or two, or a whole bunch of them. Maybe you are in college and it’s the only option. You move to a big town in search of a new career and finances get tight. You could even have an extra room in your […]

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Raising Your Freelance Rates and Managing Tough Clients

<div>Not having a boss – especially an incompetent one – breathing down your neck all the time is definitely one of the <em><strong>top perks</strong></em> of being a freelancer. But this doesn’t mean life as an independent worker doesn’t have its difficulties. On the contrary.</div><div> </div><div>Less like this…</div><div><img class=”aligncenter wp-image-1970″ src=”https://thecasualcapitalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/beach-work-1.jpg” alt=”” width=”477″ height=”333″ /></div><div> </div><div>Sometimes feels like […]

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What is the Best Career For Me?

The Merriam Webster dictionary has two critical definitions of a career: (i) a field for or pursuit of consecutive progressive achievement especially in public, professional, or business life (ii) a profession for which one trains and which is undertaken as a permanent calling That still doesn’t answer that nagging question: what is the best career […]

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3 Awesome Typing Jobs From Home

You can earn some extra income working typing jobs from home. It might not be a livable wage, but it’ll be a foot in the door to other more lucrative opportunities. That said, depending on your hustle, determination, skills, and drive, you can end up making enough to live on and support your family. Typing […]

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How to Manage and Keep Freelance Clients

<div>Communication, communication, communication. In fact, if I had just 5 seconds to live and I was to reveal to you the secret to managing clients <a href=”https://www.proposify.biz/definitive-guide-to-going-freelance-chapter-7″>as a freelancer</a>, it would simply be: Learn how to communicate properly. </div><div> </div><div>…OK, I’m still here, so let’s unpack this a little more.</div><div> </div><div>If you have good communication skills – and <a href=”http://www.creativebloq.com/business/how-manage-clients-freelancer-121310025″>your […]

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How to Negotiate a Remote Work Policy with Your Boss

Working remotely is becoming more and more of a possibility thanks to the advent of information technology. There are numerous advantages to being able to do your work from the comfort of your home, or even from a different country if you want. The problem is that not all supervisors think that this is such […]

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Finding Your First Freelancing Client, and Keeping Them

There’s a lot more to being a freelancer than waking up at 10AM every day, making a hearty breakfast, brewing some good coffee, and typing your way to success on your laptop while you’re still in your pajamas.<div>…Not! In fact, since becoming a freelancer I’ve woken up earlier than I have ever before. Why? Because […]

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Casual Wisdom for the New Year

It’s that time of the year where we look back, reflect on where we have come from and where we are going. Some set goals, others don’t. Some update their vision boards; others don’t. Others come up with intentions. Every one of us has something that we do when the year draws to a close. […]

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