Holly Homer talks about Failure on a podcast called Work @ Home Rockstar

Fail Often and Fail Big is the Fastest Way to Knowledge

Embracing failure as part of your blogging or work from home journey is a terribly difficult lesson. But Holly says “the fastest way to knowledge is through failure.” Fail Often and Fail Big Holly Homer shares her mantra of “Fail Often and Fail Big” in this podcast with Tim Melanson from Work @ Home RockStar. […]

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Take control of your learning curve!

Take Control of the Blogger Learning Curve

All bloggers have done it…we get stuck in the Blogger Learning Curve.  You know what I mean… You take course after course. Watch webinar after webinar. Read newsletter after newsletter. Article after article. You spend so much time trying to figure out how to do it perfectly, that you stop making progress. Have you de-prioritized the […]

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Best Home Office Desks to inspire you

The Best Home Office Desks for Your Space

When it comes to working from home, having a beautiful yet functional workspace is a must. It all starts with the focal point of any office, the desk. Whether your office space is huge or just the corner of a room, we’ve got some gorgeous and functional home office desk inspiration for you! Choose the […]

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DSLR Aperture - Understanding exposure to create beautiful pictures for your blog

Photography: Digital Camera Aperture

The first step in getting your DSLR camera off the manual mode is to understand Digital Camera Aperture. Photography is a huge component of a successful blog or website. But most of us don’t come to blogging with a deep set of photography skills. We talked about starting slow to prevent frustration in the article Are […]

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How do Bloggers Bridge the Gap Between Storytelling and Sales

How Do Bloggers Bridge the Gap Between Storytelling and Sales?

The very nature of blogging is to be a storyteller. But professional bloggers are also business people who have a tremendous value to brands. How do Bloggers Bridge the Gap Between Storytelling and Sales? Often bloggers are asked to create “advertorial” style content by brands interested in reaching new readers. While bloggers deeply relate to […]

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