Tackling the Unknown: How New Entrepreneurs Can Overcome Uncertainty

By Justin Housman on Apr 15, 2016 in Freelancer Files, Q&A

Sometimes the greatest business success stories don't develop by following the rules. Here's how one Honolulu-based creative upstart made the jump from company men into the great unknown of entrepreneurship with a fateful mix of tenacity, confidence, and Mad Men.

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Entrepreneurs Don't Make Mistakes, They Uncover These Essential Business Lessons

By Carita Rizzo on Apr 11, 2016 in Q&A, Business

When you’re eager to take the leap and start your own business there is nothing you would rather have than hindsight. Avoiding mistakes as you give up a steady paycheck for the ability to call your own shots is nearly impossible – and would also prevent every entrepreneur from learning some valuable lessons.

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Growing Intangibles: Up Your Creativity When You Hit a Wall

Consistency is the key to success. As a business owner, whether you are providing a product or a service, what your clients expect from you is a certain quality that they have gotten accustomed to.

But when you’re in a creative field, it often feels like consistency is at war with creativity. How do we take on growing a skill set that is seemingly intangible?

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Growing Your Business the Organic Way: One New Entrepreneur's Take

By Justin Housman on Mar 11, 2016 in Freelancer Files, Q&A, Growth

For Kelly Fayer, commercial photography producer, clients are harvested from personal connections not fancy tricks.

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