Posts tagged self employment
How Exercise Can Help You Run Your Business

Don’t have enough time to workout? Think again. Turns out exercise can make us more focused and productive so, even though it might seem like a squeeze to fit in a few squats and a lunge or two, taking the time to do just that might actually end up saving yourself time in the long run. Find out the other ways a little exercise can help with running your business!

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Collaborating With Other Businesses (And How to Go About It)

Collaborating with another business is a great way to grow your empire because you’ll be exposed to new and already engaged audiences. But, if you’re wondering what you can collaborate on and how to go about it, we’ve got some ideas that will get you started on the right foot.

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Reflecting on an International Women's Day & Why We Should Celebrate it All Year Long

Women’s Day can teach us a lot about inclusion and accessibility and how to bring those practices into our businesses and daily lives. These were our takeaways from this years’ Women’s Day and are all things we should work to acknowledge year round, not just because the calendar tells us to.

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The F-Word: The Final Word From Our Community

All good things must come to an end and with everything we learned from our F-Word Series about failure, this was definitely a good thing. Before we go though, we’ve got a few final thoughts on failure from our community that we want to share which are both poignant and profound.

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The F-Word: Mara's Final Thoughts

We’ve been running our F-Word series for nearly a year and, as it draws to a close, our very own Mara Falstein reflects on everything she’s learned about failure from the people we interviewed. Plus! We’re asking about your experiences for our final post in the series.

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The F-Word: James Lantz

Today we’re joined by James Lantz, our very own Mara Falstein’s fiancé! This one is a little different as James works in game design but the conversation is no less interesting. Read on to hear about James’ relationship of failure as a child and this thoughts on resilience and why he’d rather be on the offensive.

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The F-Word: Brittany Tiplady

Up on the F-Word today, we are joined by Brittany Tiplady, co-founder of Vancouver's only woman-focused publication Loose Lips Magazine. Read more on her thoughts on how she defines and navigates failure and her take on the impact of social media and how that impacts our conversations around failing.

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The F-Word: Elim Chu

We're joined by Elim Chu today on the F-Word. Fashion stylist, social advocate and all around badass, Elim embodies that fighting spirit of what it means to be a fighter. Read about what lead her to her newfound entrepreneurship (hint: corporate re-structuring) and how she handled this new life thrust upon her. 

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The F-Word: Jess Robson

Today on the F-Word, we've got Jess Robson, a copywriter with an enthusiastic edge for real honesty. She discusses how failure makes her physically feel and the journey of ups and downs she was on before she figured out who she is as an entrepreneur! 

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The F-Word: Katie Buemann

We're here with Katie Buemann on the F-Word! Host of the “Real Rebel Podcast”, she is here to remind you that your life is amazing because you do what you want to do. Join us as we talk to her about how she got started with her podcast and how her childhood has defined failure.

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Using Categories To Get Organized On Instagram

Don't want to make a structured schedule for your Instagram? We're explaining how we use categories to keep us organized!

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