I get by, by undercover parking at garages in the greater Boston area and rating everything from the paint on the walls to the smell of the staircase to the cleanliness of the attendant’s name tag,” says the second-year law student.
Glen Allsopp over at LifeHacker has a great post about how to live self-employed online.
In Atlantic City,” as Jeff George puts it, “the (guests) can turn over nightly, or every couple of days.
Matt Kepnes did what so many of us dream of doing: He quit his job to travel around the world.
Dan Strong owns a business called StripWalker, which sounds dirty but isn’t.
Breer says, “It turned into a bonanza.” He was soon supplementing his Air Force pension and Social Security with an extra $1,200 to $1,500 a month.
The ghostwriting came first. I started my first writing business in 2004. I write articles and web content for home business owners. As a ghostwriter, my clients tell me what they need, I write it for them, and they take all the credit!
They believe even harrowing experiences, if managed and overcome, can lend perspective and fearlessness in commerce and provoke that “healthy discontent with the status quo” that galvanizes entrepreneurs.
In first grade, he sold rocks from his driveway to unwitting classmates, claiming that he had spiffed them up in a “rock cleaner.”
At age 8, he opened his first Scottrade account.
How can a salaried employee with some savings tell if the idea of becoming self-employed is a viable option and not just an escape fantasy?