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Stephanie Holland
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Starting up on the side is genius. You can begin exploring, experimenting, making, creating and even selling before you leave the corporate safety net. But your current job keeps you on your toes. So how do you squeeze more time into an already bursting calendar? Well, friend, you gotta re-frame what you do in certain ‘spaces’ so you can grant them powerhouse potential. Here are 3 tricks for finding time to start up on the side, leaving you with no excuses not to following your ideas.
Starting up on the side is genius. You can begin exploring, experimenting, making, creating and even selling before you leave the corporate safety ne
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What’s the point of making loads of money if we’re exhausted all the time and our relationships are falling apart?

Seems like an obvious question, but with the excitement of starting up and the race to manifest our goals it’s easy to get caught up in working 24–7.

While we’re busy doing this our life disintegrates and we burnout within the first 18 months. Often painfully quicker than that. Crash. Burn.

Been there. Done that. I hasten to add. And it royally sucks.
We start our own thing to create more freedom, but at the outset that’s the very think we give up.

We sacrificing our physical, mental and emotional health in the pursuit of ‘success’, the metrics of which are often defined not by us, but by others.

In following my ideas over the last decade I’ve come across some pretty profound, like-altering hacks that have changed the way I live & work.

With a focus on life and living, I can work on my ideas with more passion, purpose and vision. With greater purpose and meaning. With more energy, imagination and creativity.

Building a brand takes time. Creating incredible products & services take time. Building a relationships with your audience takes time.
So let’s enjoy life while we’re alive and embrace a high integrity pursuit of a full-bodied life & lifestyle.

So we can thrive while we’re building our empire.

Here are my 13 life hacks that will amplify the impact of your life and work:
For fledgling & future entrepreneurs. What's the point of making loads of money if we're exhausted all the time and our relationships are falli
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You may have thought you needed to find your purpose, but in actual fact you’re already living it.
Did you realise that your every thought, spoken word, and action shapes the future? You, friend, are a future-shaper! Before you set out to find
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Hustle, hustle hustle says every North American business blog & podcast.

It’s a dangerous game.

The hustle can be a mousetrap worse than any corporate cubicle, no matter the end goal or game changing nature of your idea.

The hustle is just another rat race in the pursuit of commercial success.

Click to read the full post, and change your hustle, you hustler, you!
Hustle, hustle hustle says every North American business blog & podcast. How to hustle online. Learn how to hustle. How to build you si
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As if you needed 12! Only one is necessary but if this helps you find the resolve to DO IT, then 11 more cannot hurt. Here are 12 exceptionally good reasons to escape the city and be your own boss.
When you spotlight the parts you don't like, you can begin to form a vision of what might work better for you. Make you happier. Give you more freedom. Help you create more wealth. Whatever your goal is.
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As I navigate the mental and emotional roller coaster of starting up, I’m invited to re-align with my own metrics of success at every threshold of what ‘others’ perceive as failure and success.

I’ve learnt that:

Freedom is a state of mind. 
Money is an enabler. 
Success is for me to define.

So before you throw the baby {your self worth, personal identity and dreams} out with the bath water {your bank balance}, here are the 4 you can do first.

http://thefreedomphilosophy.com/run-out-of-money/
Because far from being the end, it’s an invitation to thrive for fledgling & future entrepreneurs. I’ve run out of money more times than I
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Hanging yourself out to dry is not the best way to handle failure. It’s bad for business. And your life.

Truth is, momentum is hard to generate at first. It might take months and even years.

It might take a lifetime.

Let yourself off the hook. It's a long, wild ride.
Hanging yourself out to dry is not the best way to handle failure. It's bad for business. And your life. Truth is, momentum is hard to generate at
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When you’re following a potential business idea, it’s so easy to get caught up in the work of it.

It can lead to overwhelm and burnout, which can propel you and your ideas into the ether.

Here's how to make your life + lifestyle a strategic imperative.
When you’re following a potential business idea, it’s so easy to get caught up in the work of it. It can lead to overwhelm and burnout, which c
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We have various days of remembrance to celebrate our fallen heroes who gave up their freedom so that we could have more of it, yet we hopelessly squander it and regret that we didn’t do something about it years earlier …
‘If only I’d had the guts to start back then, where would I be now?’
This goes for corporate misfits and fledgling entrepreneurs alike. Here are 5 ways to plan more freedom into your career.
We find ourselves careering out of control, running around like our pants are on fire and stuck in routines that bore us to tears. Here are 5 ways to plan our career freedom.
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So excited for #bloglikeamag starting in just over 30 mins. Got my paper and pen ready! 
Join us, why don't you?! 
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Starting up confronts your loved ones with their own fears, values and beliefs If it’s not enough that you have your own doubts & fears of failing miserably, all their doubts, fears and insecurities emerge, too.
The wealth of insight this gives me about how to succeed. ‘I’m investing in you so don’t f*ck up,’ he said whilst assembling the pieces of th
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Startup Strategist + Coach
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Busines, startup, digital, media, and communications strategy planning + implementation.
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Escape the 9-5 & be your own boss. Live + work on your own terms.
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Author of The Freedom Philosophy and Absolutely on Purpose, both available on Amazon
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  • The University of Edinburgh
    Business, 1995 - 1999
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