Personal Profit: Tips for Changing Your Money Mindset
- Transitioning: If you don’t feel like you’re being adequately compensated by your current role, it may be worth looking into others. Online tools can help you to showcase your background in a professional manner. For instance, if you have your resume saved as a single PDF, but a particular application wants the materials separated (like having the references submitted separately, for instance), you can use a free tool to split your PDF; click here for more info.
- Entrepreneurship: If you have a strong idea for a business and the expertise to go it alone, you may want to consider entrepreneurship. It’s easier than ever to form an LLC thanks to formation services, which cut down on lawyer fees and can help you to navigate regional regulations. With an LLC, you could benefit from reduced personal liability, tax advantages, and lower amounts of paperwork.
- Reskilling: You may feel there are still some skills that you need to improve before you’re ready to pursue a new professional vocation. If this is the case, consider earning a degree online. Education degrees, for example, help you to learn about instructional practice and learner development, along with classes in particular subjects (if you want to be a teacher). Better still, it’s possible to complete your studies remotely to fit around your current routine.
Carolyn Hart has been a financial planner for nearly four decades. She has dedicated her career to helping her clients achieve financial health by assisting them in setting budgets, saving for the future, and pursuing investment opportunities. Her site, CarolynKnowsMoney, is her passion project to reach readers near and far to find financial stability. When she’s not working, you’ll probably find her in the kitchen baking up a storm.
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