Tag: gig economy

Financial Help for Freelancers, Gig Workers, and Creatives During The Coronavirus Pandemic

  As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, the United States’ economy is suffering. Businesses big and small are closing their doors, and hardworking people are losing jobs, struggling to put food on the table, and drowning in unexpected healthcare costs. Thankfully, both the federal government and other groups recognize the need to provide […]

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Gig – Sharing – Youpreneur – [Ec]onomy by @SBSLEducSoltns

by SJ Barakony | Featured Contributor    ‘Lean in … it’s growing daily.’   As this blog goes live, we find ourselves on a chronological cusp; it’s not just A New Year’s Eve/Day:  it marks an entirely new decade! The 2020’s will bring us untold innovation which’ll make us do double-takes; one trend, though, that […]

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4 Pillars of a Civil Society by @SBSLEducSoltns

  The ‘Holidays’ …   … offer entrepreneurs a renewed opportunity to serve, solve, & be civil, especially in hyper competitive industries.   With this mindset, we can ask ourselves a key question:   How can business owners strengthen the pillars of our civil society?   Please think & then brainstorm ways to turn thoughts […]

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Education … School(ing) … & Degree Signaling by @SBSLEducSoltns

Dissecting the Differences     Remember ‘synonyms’ & ‘antonyms’?   Let’s revisit 2 words from our common past in a primary (‘K’-’5’) classroom. Our teachers very likely taught us that a synonym’s definition = this ; whereas, an antonym’s = this. Many graduates would admit, being authentic & unguarded, that much of what they learned […]

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The Energy of Entrepreneurship by @SBSLEducSoltns

( A flyover of all the glorious forms of creating your own asset ) Just as a strong case can be made that entrepreneurship & education are intertwined, so the same can be said for energy & entrepreneurship. How many business owners do you know who live day to day with boundless determination?  Joy? A […]

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CoWorking is Cutting Edge ( and Cool! A Primer. ) by @SBSLEducSoltns

Coworking is a remarkable concept that will enable many additional citizens to pursue their callings in entrepreneurship without the pratfalls of the prior 2 eras, the blue & white collar industrial ages.   No longer will the price tag, complexity, or fear of having to sign a multi-year lease, or rent to (eventually) own agreement […]

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Trends to Watch in the final 365 days of the Decade by @SBSLEducSoltns

by SJ Barakony | Featured Contributor   2019 awaits. How ready are you & your business for these 13 trends?   Can you believe it?! Yes, its true: we’re less than 2 weeks away from another New Years’ Day; so, let’s dedicate a toast to our businesses, our families, & friends! Not only that … […]

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Self-Employed or in the Gig Economy? Why the Difference Matters for Taxes by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Unless you happen to fall into one of the two categories, you may not know the difference between self-employed professionals and gig economy workers. According to the Second Annual Self-Employment Report released by accounting software company FreshBooks, these two groups are often categorized as a single entity despite their differences. […]

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Your Simple Plan to Jump from Side Hustle to Full-Time Business by @lieshapetrovich

by Liesha Petrovich A side hustle can be so much more than a weekend gig. Maybe your business is a way to pay for a cool hobby, like pottery or jewelry making. Or maybe your one tiny idea evolves into the next Apple (they started in a garage!). And it all depends on what your […]

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5 Oddball Jobs to Escape the Traditional Corporate Grind by @lieshapetrovich

by Liesha Petrovich There is nothing wrong with having a traditional corporate jobs. They are predictable, mostly dependable, and help create workforce stability. Traditional jobs are the backbone of our economy and completely essential. They’re just not for me. In Secret To Working Part-time – Create A Lifestyle Business!, I shared how you can create […]

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