“Never have a plan B, it distracts from plan A.” This quote from Will Smith has served as an inspiration for me for many, many years.
If you’re an ENFP freelancer or entrepreneur, you may experience financial ups and downs and generally struggle with managing money when you’re starting out. Before you get back to a boring soulless 9-5 job, I have some realistic money advice for you that might help.
Learn from my mistakes and follow this minimalist business advice so you can spend more time pursuing your dreams and growing your business instead of worrying about money.
Whether we’re talking success in a career, in college, or working for yourself, there are two distinct paths I see successful ENFPs take to build the life of freedom we’re all after.
Becoming location independent is one of the best ways to live better on less. Imagine having a year to start your business with your current savings instead of just a few months?
If you’re an INFP entrepreneur or are involved in the creative fields like writing, drawing or any kind of artistic endeavour, I have some non-cliche money advice for you to help you keep your freedom.
If you’re an ENFP entrepreneur who just started working for yourself, this may help you figure out how to think about giving up or changing directions. How long to keep going before you get help?
I’ve recently received a question from Lilla who is marketing her business by cold emailing her prospective clients. What strategy is the best to use when cold emailing new clients and how to keep your sanity in this process?