Building a Freelancing Business: Try the Patchwork Method

When I was first curious about freelancing, I felt a bit overwhelmed. I wasn’t quite sure how to get started, and feared I didn’t have what it took to be a successful solopreneur. But here’s what I learned: The beauty of freelancing is that you don’t need to have a fancy degree, or even haveContinue reading “Building a Freelancing Business: Try the Patchwork Method”

How to Slash Your Grocery Bill

How much does your family spend on food? If you’re like most, food is one of your top three expenses (the other two being housing and transportation). While it’s an essential expense for sure, but when digging around those receipts, we’re probably finding out just how much those lunches out and dinners picked up onContinue reading “How to Slash Your Grocery Bill”

4 Leadership Secrets I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Manager

Written by Violet Lim, an EO Singapore member and the co-founder of Lunch Actually, Singapore’s first and largest lunch dating agency. A version of this article originally appeared on LinkedIn.  I first became a manager at 24, the year that we started the business. I had never managed anybody before that, and everybody I hired at that pointContinue reading “4 Leadership Secrets I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Manager”

EO Japan Launches Exchange Program for Children

With the world’s attention turning to Japan for the Rugby World Cup 2019 and for the 2020 Olympics, members of EO Japan realized an opportunity to cultivate an international mindset in their families. What better time to connect with other countries? And what better way to do so than by reaching out to EO peers?Continue reading “EO Japan Launches Exchange Program for Children”

How To Save Money As A Freelancer To Take Holiday Vacations

Amid the typical bustle and hair-tearing stress of the holidays, I prefer to keep my professional life as relaxed as possible. That means taking off a few weeks from work at the end of the year. Adding the freelancer hustle on top of parties across town and last-minute shopping? That would only leave me drainedContinue reading “How To Save Money As A Freelancer To Take Holiday Vacations”

Can You Afford a Marketing Team?

Written by Jackie Carrillo, a content coordinator and contributor who writes on technology, marketing, business management and education.  For high-achieving startup founders and entrepreneurs, marketing might feel like a no-brainer to tackle on your own. Plus, today’s online marketing platforms make it easy to post, track and engage. Not so fast. It isn’t 2010. Digital marketing consists of much, much more thanContinue reading “Can You Afford a Marketing Team?”

When It’s Right to Do “Nothing” for Your Portfolio

One of the biggest tests for investors — and, for savvy investors, one of the biggest opportunities — is how they behave when the market gets rocky. There are essentially two things every investor can do when the market suffers a downturn. These might sound oversimplified, but it is important to distill these options as far asContinue reading “When It’s Right to Do “Nothing” for Your Portfolio”

How To Slash Your Grocery Bill And Still Eat Like A Foodie

How much does your family spend on food? If you’re like most, food is one of your top three expenses (the other two being housing and transportation). While it’s an essential expense for sure, but when digging around those receipts, we’re probably finding out just how much those lunches out and dinners picked up onContinue reading “How To Slash Your Grocery Bill And Still Eat Like A Foodie”

10 Books on Persuasion and Negotiation

Closing sales and winning deals are like oxygen for your business. Mastering these tasks requires a firm understanding of negotiation and persuasion. From EO Melbourne, we share 10 books to help you improve your ability to close—in both your business and personal life. 1. THE ART OF CLOSING ANY DEAL: HOW TO BE A MASTER CLOSER INContinue reading “10 Books on Persuasion and Negotiation”

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