April 2020

Slay the Day as a Single Entrepreneur – Part II

Welcome to Part II of how to Slay the Day as a Single Entrepreneur. During the first part of this blog, we spoke about setting up your structure. Your environment is key to setting you up for success. Now let’s talk about preparing for a productive work week. Let’s face it, working from home (especially if you’re new to all this) can consist of a lot of distractions and/or emotions.… Read More »Slay the Day as a Single Entrepreneur – Part II

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Slay the Day as a Single Entrepreneur – Part I

COVID-19 has us trying to figure out ways to slay the day and outdo ourselves. Especially with memes pressuring us to end this crisis with a newly developed skill, hustle or knowledge simply because we are quarantined. Discounting the fact that prolonged isolation causes different levels of stress, depression, and physical/mental health issues. Even more so for single entrepreneurs or anyone riding out COVID quarantine alone with no expected end… Read More »Slay the Day as a Single Entrepreneur – Part I

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Small Business Loan – Disaster Relief Programs

Great Q&A on small business loan disaster relief programs this week! JF Law Firm Business and Real Estate Lawyer Romy Jurado and SBA Branch Manager Robert J. Piechota gave small business owners insights and tips to help them survive and thrive the COVID19 epidemic. We spoke about the different relief programs available (EIDL and PPP) that can become forgivable loans, employee/employer rights, things to look out for and much more.… Read More »Small Business Loan – Disaster Relief Programs

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