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If at all possible, avoid the check scenario altogether. PayPal invoicing lets customers pay with a debit/credit card; including electronic payment options as well as terms of payment are a critical part of the process. Use DocuSign for contract confirmation - it's always easier to prove what's what when you've got a third party repository for your legal agreements.
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What is your take on going to grad school? I am a marketing major, but I would also love to learn more about graphic design and photography!
I am interested in going to graduate school, but I want to be confident that it's the right choice. I think working for a few years to weed through different interests (and getting some invaluable real world experience) will help make that decision the best one. I'm definitely not ruling it out! I would consider a few things before going back to school including: can you learn the skills you want/need on your own, does your industry value graduate degrees (i.e. more opportunity for growth, or higher salaries), can you afford to go, can you take night classes, etc. Good luck!

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Are you having trouble envisioning a career that would make you truly happy? Knowing your passions and what energizes you, and using that knowle...

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What advice do you have for young women in college trying to get a jump on finding a career post-graduation?
Don't be afraid to use your network. Reach out to anyone and everyone that you think might be able to help you. Some of the best help can be from informational interviews where you get to actually learn what it means to be in x,y,z role and career. And you never know who's aunt might be working at your dream company. I know it feels weird to ask for help, but you absolutely must do it. Also, I know it seems like your first job is the most important thing in the world, and it is important, but it isn't the end. Look at your first job as a stepping stone to building your career and know that building a career takes time, unfortunately a lot of time! Keep your head up!

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I am in the process of embarking on being an HR consultant. How do you financially support yourself especially in the early stages?
Thanks for reaching out Ronnie. Whenever you're launching out on your own as an independent consultant, it is a fine balance between maintaining financial stability as you build your business. What worked for me is to have some ongoing part-time work as before I went out on my own. If you're currently employed now, you might consider asking your employer if they would be willing to continue to work with you as an independent contractor--that way, you have some income coming in at the same time you're marketing yourself as an independent consultant. There is a huge increase in large corporations using independent consultants so if you can network into some of them to try to get some ongoing retainers, that would be a great start. Of course, keeping costs low as well as savings all receipts from business expenses (helps for tax purposes) is also essential.

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If you have a lot of passions and interests, how do you know when you chose the right career?
It is wonderful to have many interests and even better to be passionate about some of them. I don't believe that there is any one career that is the "right" or "perfect" one. It is more aboout finding a career that builds on your talents, offers you opportunities to grow (both as a person and as an employee) and provides you with the financial resources to enable you to live in a manner that satisfies your personal objectives.

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This is an amazing article for anyone hitting their mid-twenties crisis too! Great, practical ideas that make a huge difference!

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How did you create a specific brand or focus for your blog? Did you ever feel like you were not exploring all of your interests?
The specific brand, and even the focus, developed quite organically over time. I started by writing about things that interested me and then it just sort of grew from there. I actually think the "brand" developed solely because my blog was very much an extension of my authentic self. The personal brand didn't require much work since I was being just that-- personal! I will say that I don't dive into everything that I do in my life, but I do cover quite a lot within the posts (and tweets/instagrams/etc.). I try my best to create a fluid storyline without boring readers!

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How does someone know if they deserve something, is it because they are capable of getting it, or just telling themselves that they do?
Interesting question, Asaad! I do believe that when you work hard - and save - you're deserve to enjoy your money. You "deserve" to have whatever you want - but that's not to say you can "have" anything what you want. There are limits to what we can buy as individuals based on how much we earn and save. If your plan is to buy what you "deserve" by using a credit card and making minimum payments, that's not smart. If you think you deserve more than what you have, then use that emotion to drive you to make more money or save harder.

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I'm trying to save a deposit for my first house at the moment and so when a friend recently asked me to help create content for his small business I leapt at the chance. It's going to take some serious organisation skills to successfully manage my full time job and this new side gig, but the idea that I may soon be able to put down a larger deposit than I originally planned feels great! Besides, while having a second job may be a little exhausting, it can look good on your CV and if it involves doing something you enjoy, it's a great way to progress your career without selling your soul.
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