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October 21, 2010


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It is great to consider raising your rates...some people aren't being paid what they are worth!

Getting a second job is great advice. I talk with a lot of people who hate their job and they think that a new job will make everything better. It doesn't.

By creating a small business on the side like you suggest you can dive into a whole new world of connecting with some amazing people.

A terrific post! Amazing how it really doesn't take much to take charge of our own careers. I'm a huge proponent of taking an entrepreneurial approach to our own lives and that means the way we view and manage the jobs we take along the way.

I especially like your point about adding other income streams, that old "ace in the hole." It sure has worked for me both financially as as a way to build skills in other areas. Your advice is spot on!

I'm happy to have you on my blogroll! ~Dawn

@Dawn: Great points. Whether you work in an established organization or not, entrepreneurial skills are becoming more and more critical.

@Karl: I agree. Changing jobs should involve a switch to work you feel more passionately about, not just something that's "newer."

@Owen: Now if I could just figure out the best way to do it!

@Meghan: Please e-mail me about such opportunities at Thanks!


I just began reading your blog yesterday. Can you please delve into the first bullet, "Invest in yourself" a little more?
How does one go about finding a coach or a course? Would you be able to give some recommendations?

Thank you!

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