Supermaker: Crafting Business on Your Own Terms
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Currently, about 25 percent of people work from home at least sometimes but 56 percent of workers have jobs where they could work from home if their employers allowed it. Given Instagram’s countless changes over the last decade, it’s hard to imagine the bygone world where users thoughtlessly snapped photos of their lunch or a rear-camera selfie and posted with minimal editing or (shudder) using Instagram’s built-in filters. Themes will focus on 1) channeling your center—your core, intuitive energy as an entrepreneur and creative—and 2) learning to rise above adversity so you can achieve success on your own terms and build impactful brands.
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