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The “Power of Now” Can Help Freelancers Wherever They Are Starting Out On Their Journey!
November 06, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

The “Power of Now” Can Help Freelancers Wherever They Are Starting Out On Their Journey

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Following are the brief summaries of the articles that we've featured in this newsletter. Click on the Go to the Newsletter icon below that links to the newsletter and check the articles.

The power of now is a very powerful state of mind that can help people get on with their lives even when suffering a bereavement or failure in their lives. I share an inspirational story.

It is hard to believe that the global cost of internet fraud can be bigger than the Australian economy, but it is true. I explain how this has led to a major opportunity for freelancers to help businesses counteract this type of fraud.

Have you heard about the One, Three, Five Rule for increasing productivity? I explain what it is and how it can help you.

Freelancing from home and being a successful parent is viewed by many parents as being more important than a traditional corporate career. I share an article on that issue.

When a freelancer applies for a housing loan or other loan all lenders will always ask one question first in your financial income details. I explain what it is and how important it is to you.

I share the links to the latest Drought News and how you can help plus our updated stories on Amazon news, Amazon website case-study and cybersecurity.

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