Taylor K. Gordon is a personal finance writer and founder of Tay Talks Money, a personal finance and productivity blog on hacking your way to a happier savings account. Taylor has contributed to MagnifyMoney, The Huffington Post, GoGirl Finance, Madame Noire, and The Write Life.

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Feeling positive makes you feel motivated to take on anything the day brings your way. The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to adopt some positive morning habits. Here are ways to bring positivity to your morning routine so you can conquer your days in 2018: Stop Checking Social Media a Few […]

working from home

Another year is here! Each year, I like to come up with business resolutions. These resolutions are different than my business goals which are more concrete. My resolutions are usually related to working on mindset or self-improvement. Here are some resolutions that can help freelancers level up in 2018: Implement Like It’s Your Job All business […]

email sales

There’s no question — all business owners should grow an email list. But there’s a crucial aspect of growing an email list that often gets left out of the conversation. It’s something that will leave you sorely disappointed when you launch a product and only one or two people actually buy from the thousands of […]

juggling time

If you’re reading this blog post, you’re likely ambitious. Ambition is an attractive trait and one that entrepreneurs must have to innovate. But ambition can come with a cost to your mental health and ultimately your physical health if you’re not careful. I’ve been pushing and pushing for close to four years on my business. […]

Marketing thoughts

Having recurring clients and repeat customers is the quickest way to grow your business and income. Keeping your current raving fans happy is easier than hunting for new ones. Our goal as business owners is to make it so our clients and customers can’t imagine going back to what life was like before working with […]

team bonding strategies

Hiring a business coach can be an excellent way to gain a new perspective. At the end of this year, I decided to hire a business coach after going without one for a few years. It’s one of the best decisions I’ve made lately. She’s helping me refocus my product offerings and sales funnels in a […]

tax mistakes

Tell me if you can relate to this: You’re a business owner who has hundreds of ideas circling in your head. When it’s time to choose one, you suddenly come up with a thousand reasons why it’s not going to work. Your thought process is constantly leaving you stuck. This, my friends, is analysis paralysis […]

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The holidays are just a few weeks away again. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait. Not because I have something extravagant on my wish-list. I just have a bunch of business-related nick-necks I’m hoping a few people will buy for me. If you have a special business owner loved one in your […]

Mobile and video will reign supreme

If the thought of going live or recording videos for your business makes your pits sweat and skin crawl I’m right there with you. Video (and even audio) is something I’ve resisted doing for years because I hate hearing the sound of my voice. I’ve also been scared to death that I wouldn’t be able […]

Budgeting TIps

Keeping an eagle eye on your business and personal finances while self-employed is highly important. When your business is having a cash flow problem your wallet is also having a cash flow problem. Here are ways to rock your business and personal finances while running your own show: Overplan for Emergencies Your household’s emergency savings […]

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