Working For Yourself: Part 2


It's been a very eventful 8 months since the first article of this series. I moved cross-country, took on my first reasonably-sized contract, bought my first house, ran deep into debt, paid all the debt off, then went way back into debt, started my first e-commerce site, worked on a book and saw it get published, developed & marketed a new software product and recently hired a full time contract developer and 2 sales roles. When I write it all out like that, it seems a little ridiculous. I like to think that everything I'm doing is making perfect sense, but if you haven't noticed, my blog updates have become extremely sparse since I became self-employed and there is a good reason for that: I never seem to have enough time anymore! So what does a person do in this sort of position?

Working For Yourself: Part 1


It's been nearly 2 years since I've received a corporate paycheck. I left that world in Jan of 2009 and haven't looked back since. Was it an easy jump? Hell no. It's been hard - very hard, but I don't regret it and still consider it one of the very best things I've ever done for myself. Read on...

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