How to Find the Right Clients for You

There is one important lesson my boss has taught me over the last couple of years: You can't work with everybody. Subsequently, there is such a thing as an ideal client. One that you will enjoy working with, is cooperative and that you can actually help. Since starting my own coaching practice in 2012 I [...] Read more »

8 Steps to Help You Change Your Money Problems

Money - and the conversation surrounding it - has both an emotional and an action side. Emotions and patterns fuel our views about money, while our actions regarding money physically affect our bank account. It can be easy to throw our hands up in the air and give up when we find ourselves in undesirable [...] Read more »

Start and Grow Your First Business on a (close to) ZERO Budget


(Email list subscribers, feel free to skip this as you already received your advanced notice. Everyone else - want first dibs on some of the coolest stuff for millenials? Sign up for the email updates!)   Aside from sparking conversation and spreading a positive message, Grad Meets World is all about abundance! As a result, [...] Read more »

Sweet Spot Exercise: Get Paid to Do What You Love

As a part of my ICA certification I get to explore personal development practices outside of the class corridors and review them. This, of course, doesn’t really seem like work to me because I love doing that anyway Just recently I ran into an exercise by one of my all time favorite online entrepreneurs and [...] Read more »

Q&A Monday: How can I use reviews to boost my audience and get free stuff?

(If you are viewing this in an email, click here to watch the video) Make sure to subscribe to GMW on YouTube so you don't miss a beat! First off I want to give a HUGE shout out to Think Entrepreneurship for sending me a nifty T-shirt! If you haven't checked these guys out yet [...] Read more »

4 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid as a Newbie Freelancer

I started freelance writing shortly after graduating from college in order to make some extra money while I looked for a full time job. Obviously, like with most first-time freelancers I had absolutely no idea what I was doing - in fact, I only made five bucks my first month (and it was the automatic [...] Read more »