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Who Do YOU Want To Work For?

In an uncertain economy plagued by unemployment and insecurity, the idea of working for yourself can seem as appealing – and remote – as winning the lottery. How do you get started? What kind of work can you do? Is it expensive to get started? Faced with all that, the lottery starts to seem like […]
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Your Hours Are Yours

It should come as no surprise that a majority of the developed world’s workers would prefer to be their own boss. If you’re reading this blog, you’re no doubt interested in the same thing. The reasons are as many and varied as there are people. In Europe, increased profit potential is frequently listed in business […]
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Knowing The Law

You hear about it almost every day. Another company faced with a multi-million dollar lawsuit, brought forth by a former customer or employee. Another business owner facing charges for illegal practices (more often knowingly than not). Now fortunately, as a small business, your chances of being waylaid with a gigantic seven figure lawsuit are extremely […]
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Work All The Time (But Not Really)

If you’re the kind of person who is interested in running your own business, there’s no doubt you’re a proactive, motivated self-starter. After all, here you are putting in the time to do your own research and get a better understanding of the nature of the business. It is a hallmark of the self-starter mindset […]
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This Is No Time To Count On Wages

It won’t surprise anybody to hear that the recent recession caused average wages in the United States, Canada, and around the world to take a beating. Workers everywhere have been suffering through a period of what economists optimistically call “wage adjustment,” with wages stationary or even decreasing almost across the board. With unemployment still elevated […]
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Connecting Your Work With Your Reward

Picture this: you’re at your job, working on a typical day’s work. Your boss comes over and says that something major has happened, and the company needs you to take on an extra task. What do you say? There isn’t much opportunity for you to say no – in a very real sense, your job […]
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You ARE Self-Employed

You’ve probably noticed that we’re big on self-employment around these parts. We know from experience that there is no surer or swifter path to true financial security and independence than securing your own Personal Independent Income, and we’re passionate about sharing that freedom and security with the world at large. However, it is perfectly natural […]
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Saying Goodbye

Today marks a bit of a sad day for my team and I, as two of my team members say farewell and step out onto their own paths to independent financial success. Tim, who I wrote about here, and Shane, who has worked as a content provider and has been an excellent source of ideas […]
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Happy Holidays from David T. Rosen and Team!

There were several points over the past couple of weeks where I could have posted this up, but for one reason or another it happened to fall on today, which for many of you out there is the night before Christmas (and all through the house….). I’ve said before that holidays are of the utmost […]
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Procrastination

Some of you may have noticed that posts have been coming a little less frequently around here. Over the past few months I’ve moved from every weekday, to Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, to just Monday and Friday, in order to better accommodate my schedule (and to avoid burning myself out on writing this blog, which is something […]
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