We’ve reached a very exciting point in history where female entrepreneurship is finally thriving and healthy. While there’s plenty of progress to be made when it comes to equal opportunity, pay equality, and other related issues, it’s possible for young entrepreneurs like yourself to move from an idea to a profitable venture. Let’s take a look at a handful of tips to help you get moving in the right direction.
Self-employment and contract work has its own positives and negatives, pros and cons, but for women in business, there can be even more hurdles to overcome because of professional stereotypes and other cultural pressures and stigmas that exist. And specifically within that self-employment realm is the idea of buying, designing, and maintaining the appropriate workspace.
As they old adage goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. And when it comes to your LinkedIn profile, your photo is an important mouthpiece. After all, LinkedIn is the place you’re looking to advance your career and get noticed by the right people and companies. Not to mention your profile is 14 times more apt to be looked at when you add a profile photo.
However, you don’t have to hire a professional photographer or own a fancy camera to get a profile-worthy photo for your LinkedIn page. Read on to learn more.
Tax season has come and gone, but it may not have breezed past — especially if you have the responsibility of filing for your business as well as for yourself. The good news is that we’re here to make the former easier with the following five tips. Read up now and you’ll be ahead of the pack by the time next April rolls around. Happy Tax Day 2017 way, way in advance!
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