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10 Job Search Mistakes to Avoid: Solutions Included (Part II)

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) In my previous post, I discussed some of the most common mistakes people make when they start their remote work search . In this article, I will continue with the list and provide information that will save you time and guide you to the right approach when looking for a work-from-home opportunity. I've seen many people give up on their efforts simply because they encountered an obstacle at some point. Challenges in job hunting test our determination of the chosen path. Are you entirely sure you want to work from home? 10 Job Search Mistakes to Avoid: Solutions Inside (Part II) No Job Is Good Enough No Job Is Good Enough: Solution Focus on the Challenge Focus on the Challenge: Issue Solved Ask Friends Who Work Remotely to Recommend You Too Lazy to Apply Too Lazy to Apply: How to Solve Don't See the Point Don't See the Point: How to Solve Conclusion Or do you think about being a

Money Isn't Everything: 8 Reasons to Prioritize Job Satisfaction

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) Work is a controversial topic. I love working as I am the kind of workaholic who would spend the weekends on the job instead of going out with friends. But most people around me are just the opposite. A phrase I often hear from people is: Uff, I gotta go to work tomorrow, AGAIN! That's said, bored and irritated as if their job is just an obligation. They do it for the rules because they must do it, and ultimately, for the MONEY. Working just for financial gain? Don't Money shifts your focus from the primary goal Money-focusing will reduce the quality of your work Less pleasure in working Money can make you pedantic You can feel underestimated It's not about the financial gain but about the achievement You will never earn enough Contribute to unhappiness Conclusion We all work for this reason and want to get paid for our diligence. People would prefer to be at the beach all d

10 Job Search Mistakes to Avoid: Solutions Included (Part I)

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) As I have worked for a long time in freelance, I've encountered many people who asked me for details about my job. Some of them got really excited when they heard about my schedule (in other words, the lack of it) and all the perks and bonuses I get. Then this excitement turned into a desire to join and get on board with remote work. They asked me how they could start and to recommend them to my company. They hoped it would be easy if it was so exciting and relaxed. I was thrilled the first few times this happened to me, too. I could be helpful, guide them, show them the correct information, and lead them to live the life of their dreams. 10 Job Search Mistakes to Avoid: Solutions Inside (Part I) Afraid to Apply Afraid to Apply: Solution Fear of rejection Fear of being scammed Fear of incompetence Write a mediocre cover latter Tip 1: Be your best self Tip 2: Quick reminder to check your grammar and s

5 Strategies for Effective Financial Planning for Remote Workers

My wife and I love being remote workers - what started out as a necessity in 2020 has become our new normal. I’ve traded in a daily commute for extra time with my daughter, giving back to those around me, and blogging to help others better understand personal finances. 5 Strategies for Effective Financial Planning for Remote Workers While the news headlines have been riddled with companies forcing employees back to the office over the past several months, remote work is still rising. Many professionals are embracing the freedom and flexibility from remote work, and certain employers are enjoying lower overhead costs. I believe the future is bright for those that embrace remote work. A recent article by Forbes confirmed three very encouraging statistics about remote work: 12.7% of all full-time employees are working remotely in 2023 By 2025, 32.6 million American will be working remotely 16% of companies are currently operating on a remote-only model The above stats confirm tha

3 Months into Blogging: Amazing Lessons Learned

Today is extraordinary for me because I started my blog three months ago. I remember I had no idea what exactly I was doing, but I just wanted to start from somewhere. My idea was vague, and I wanted to clear it out on the way as I increased my knowledge in blogging. It was thrilling. I felt timid to publicly post my thoughts, opinions, and knowledge. But I knew something for sure - this time, I would not allow myself to give up. 3 Months into Blogging: What I've Learned I have started four times but needed more motivation to progress in blogging. Whether it was for the lack of knowledge or for the time-consuming tasks, I could not make writing a priority. In this post, I will share what I've been through and how you can apply my positive blogging experiences as a new blogger. Indeed, you should also learn to avoid the negative things that hold you back. The 1st Month: The Beginning Excitement What usually happens in the first month? You look at things you find out

The Phases Successful Freelancers Go through

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) It's no secret that things will get dynamic when you join freelancing. You will be introduced to many new ideas and start building your knowledge independently. In this fun article, I want to lay down the foundations of what to expect and what many of us go through when we start working from home. Every experience is unique, but everyday situations exist, and different people experience similar problems. The 4 Phases Successful Freelancers Go through Phase No. 1: The Beginner Phase No. 2: The Newbie Phase No. 3: The Settle Phase No. 4: The Entrepreneur Phase No. 1: The Beginner You have recently decided to work from home as a freelancer at this phase. You have yet to learn what and how you will find it. You are probably still working at your 9 to 5 office job , hoping to find something better. You use a large part of your free time to browse jobs from various sources - job boards, ads for work, and of Review: Quick and Easy Steps to Use

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) As a fan of simplifying work and organizing tasks, I am always eager to learn about and try the latest popular tools. Having an app to help you navigate the jungle of remote work is a great way to stay on track. I recently published a blog post about Asana and how you can use it to improve your productivity. That applies whether you are working alone or in a team. Review and How to Easily Use It What is How to use What is the price of Why use Organizing work-related files, tasks, and deadlines Automate work Have everything in a single app. The option to work on mobile Conclusion Now it's time to look at another similar piece of software with similar functionalities. It is called What is is a project and task management tool that has become popular recently. It has various features, many of whi

Data Entry Part Time Working: How to Find Offers

Прочети на Български ==> Read in English (US) In this post, we'll discuss how to find and work data entry part time and get the right expectations for the remote job market. When I first decided to start working from home 15 years ago, I had no idea what job I wanted. I knew I would find a full-time remote position one day, but I didn't know when. I was eager to get started. Since I didn't know any relevant jobs for my economics education, I didn't believe I could find such a job. What made things harder was that my primary language was not English . I have a good level and no concerns about the language in everyday conversations. But things change in work, where you encounter specific terminology. Working Data Entry Part Time: Find Job Opportunities What Job Can I Do Online Without Prior Experience? How to Find a Data Entry Job Online? How to Utilize Job Platforms for Data Entry Part Time? Access the website and sign up for an account.
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