• FIRE Financial Independence, Retire Early,  Online Stores,  Side Gigs,  working from home,  writing

    What Did You Learn Last Week?

    Week two of learn something new each day. Following along? It’s not too late to start. In fact, my motto is it’s never too late to start anything. If you have been following along, do you want to share with us what new skills or knowledge you’ve acquired? Last week, I focused on learning how to make homemade shampoo bars…love those things but the price is high. I also watched a tutorial on making your own air fresheners, and one on making lip balm. Also, on my list was making mug cakes. I love baking but I have to be honest if I make a whole cake, it’s a too…

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  • affiliate marketing,  Blogging,  FIRE Financial Independence, Retire Early,  working from home,  writing

    Last Call for the Content Creation Collection Toolbox

    Last week I told you about the Content Creation Collection Toolbox and I hope you decided to invest in this great deal. If you’re still undecided, I thought I’d let you know that after today, October 5th, it’s no longer available. If you’ve been putting off making a purchase…I do that too many times and regret it, now is your last opportunity. https://nichestarterpacks.com/amember/aff/go/susiep?i=448 The toolbox is full of essential products and tools that you can use to grow your business and create content fast (including products, opt-ins and blogging) You get $2,103worth of products for a small investment of a one time payment of $39.95! So grab the bundle now…

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  • Side Gigs,  Teaching and Coachig,  working from home,  writing

    Five Reasons To Write a Non-Fiction Book

    Have you been thinking about writing a book? Publishing used to be for the select few but with self publishing platforms like Amazon, Nook, Kobo, and let’s no forget Smashwords, there’s never been a better or easier time to pen a non-fiction book. If I haven’t convinced you, then here are my top five reasons why you should get started today- Shows You As An Expert People listen to and buy from people who they consider experts. I’m not just talking about people with advanced degrees in topics, but anyone who has knowledge and the expertise they feel can help them solve a problem. It could be their home or…

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  • Side Gigs,  working from home,  writing

    Writing a Non-Fiction Book To Gain Authority, Grow Your E-Mail List…

    I should add to the title of this post and earn passive income. I’ve lost count how many I’ve written and self published but it’s one of my streams of income. Even if passive income isn’t your top priority there are lots of other reasons why you might want to pen a non-fiction title. Some entrepreneurs like to give them away to clients or as part of a coaching program. Others use them to give away to potential e-mail list subscribers. Some want to gain authority in their given niche, maybe pick up a speaking gig or two, or even build a author platform before they pitch to an agent…

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