So you might have guessed that we wanted to start an Unemployable community.
And you might have been wondering, what is this going to cost me?
Well, the price is right …
No charge. Just bring yourself and your initiative to learn and contribute.
For all the details, listen in as Jerod and I lay it out for you:
Then head over to the member area, fill out the quick application (so we know both how to help you and what you want to contribute to the community), and we’ll get rolling next week!
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unemployable: curated by kat
It happens to us all; even the most creative people hit a wall at some point. In my latest post for Unemployable, I walk you through a few ways to work through a creative rut and why it’s important to make creative preservation a priority.
5 Ways to Bust Through Your Limiting Beliefs | Freelancer’s Union
Limiting beliefs can throw a wrench in our confidence as business owners. This article shows you how you can stop letting these beliefs impact your business, so you can get back to kicking butt.
13 Timeless Lessons from the Father of Advertising | Copyblogger
Bookmark this one the next time you need some inspiration, whether if you’re sitting down to write, when thinking about the direction of your business, or figuring out what sets you apart from the rest.
This Is Why Your Startup Will Fail | Fast Company
Stop focusing on gaps in the market—they don’t matter. Look instead at your own strengths.
They say that every great business addresses a real customer need. If expressing your customer need has ever felt slippery, this is for you.
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