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How to turn that million-dollar app idea into reality
How to turn that million-dollar app idea into reality
Have you ever had an idea for an app that you know people would love … if only you could create it? There are a lot of obstacles to creating an app if you don’t know how to make it yourself, so many of these great ideas languish unrealized or another...
How I finally achieved self-care as a freelancer
How I finally achieved self-care as a freelancer
Back when I was part of the 9 to 5, I landed a full-time contract role as a staff writer for a large insurance company. Alongside our in-house crew of writers and editors, we hired an outside freelancer to contribute to the website. During conference...
Cultivating authentic partnerships
Cultivating authentic partnerships
When my co-founder and I started My Money My Future, we knew we needed to gain the trust of our customers quickly … but trust takes time and relationships. That’s when we decided that a key part of our go-to-market strategy would be forming strong...
Real talk about applying for startup accelerators
Real talk about applying for startup accelerators
Building a successful startup requires a lot of specific skills and knowledge. In addition to building a great product and promoting it to the right market, you also have to learn about the options for getting resources and financing. There’s so...
Insights from a serial software startup founder
Insights from a serial software startup founder
Meet David Heller, the co-founder of Reimbi: a software startup that enables fast, streamlined reimbursements for job candidates and other non-employees, like conference speakers and contractors. David has achieved a lot of the things early-stage...
Branding basics for small businesses
Branding basics for small businesses
Meet Betsy Aimee Cardenas, founder of Born in June Creative Studio, a branding agency located in Los Angeles. She, along with her co-founder Jaime Joshua Sandoval, help other brands differentiate themselves from the competition and tell their own...
Building a career and community as a coach
Building a career and community as a coach
Meet Katie, a coach and meditation leader based in Portland, Oregon. She’s the creator of Ebb + Flow, where she offers one-on-one coaching, leads workshops, and holds free meditation circles with the goal of supporting busy, creative people through...
A behind-the-scenes look at starting a fashion brand
A behind-the-scenes look at starting a fashion brand
Meet Kat Rosati, the founder of Apparel Booster. After years in the fashion industry, (doing everything from design, to production and sourcing, to marketing), she realized that many fashion brands or aspiring entrepreneurs have the vision and the...
A behind-the-scenes look at small business lending
A behind-the-scenes look at small business lending
Applying for a business loan can be a daunting task, especially when you consider the fact that banks reject more than half the business loan applications they receive. When you’re facing a task like this, sometimes it helps to look at things from...
Bookkeeping basics and FAQ with Jessica Fox
Bookkeeping basics and FAQ with Jessica Fox
Jessica Fox, the founder of Florida Virtual Bookkeeper, recently joined us to present a webinar on bookkeeping basics for entrepreneurs. If you’d like to watch the webinar, you can find the full recording here. If you only have a few minutes, though...
How to start bookkeeping for your small business
How to start bookkeeping for your small business
When you’re just starting out as an entrepreneur, there’s a long and admittedly overwhelming number of things to do and learn. Bookkeeping is one of the items on that list, and it’s a task that many new entrepreneurs dread or defer for a variety...
Choosing the right accounting software for your business
Choosing the right accounting software for your business
All too often, I talk with clients who say “I do my books once a year, in a panic, when I have to do my taxes.” And every time I hear this, my heart breaks a little. Not only is this a stressful way to live and do business, but it also means these...