Okay, I really do understand how scheduled posting works in WordPress.
See, you have to click the little radio button to “published.”
So now, a day later I give you…
There’s this crazy misconception that I spend a lot of time trying to correct. It revolves around businesses making money.
You see, they do. No really, I mean it.
I know there are lots of “businesses” out there giving stuff away for free, or using a “non-traditional model.”
But generally, one of the definitions of a business is that it generates revenue.
When it was never a business to begin with.
One of the problems I have with all the statistics for failed small businesses, entrepreneurial ventures, and startups, is that many of them weren’t really businesses to begin with.
Dreams or ideas, maybe — but not businesses.
It’s almost perfect. Just a few more tweaks and it’ll be all ready to go.
Perfectionism as procrastination — it’s one of the easiest to justify and hardest to see.
When you’re getting your new home-based business ready to launch, it can be difficult to know when to stop “getting ready.”
How did your get you where you are right now? What led to this moment in your career?
Getting clear on your history can help you better map out your future.
I’ve found that a lot of folks, who are struggling with mapping out a story for their new home-based business, can get a handle on it by looking at their history.