Reading habits, e-commerce empires, and incorporation

How to Find Time to Build Your Ecommerce Empire While Working a 9 to 5 @ Shopify: It’s tough working a “normal” 9-to-5 job and trying to run a business on the side. You’re what this author calls a “sidepreneuer,” and though the tension between day-job commitment and entrepreneurial passion project can be daunting, it’s not an impasse.

Getting a Grip on Estimated Quarterly Taxes @ Bench Blog: It can seem like a pain for small business owners to pay taxes four times a year, rather than one, but if you do it right, it’ll save you money in the long run (and make for fewer headaches, too).

This Postal Connections Franchisee Is Not Content to Just Mail It In @ Entrepreneur: “I love the freedom it gave me. I’m a born leader, and I like to make the decisions that matter. I like having control. With no office politics or useless corporate bureaucracy, things move very fast. There’s nothing stopping you from turning your dreams into realities. But it doesn’t come easy — you’re putting in tons of hours, but it’s all worth it.”

7 Actions to Take After Incorporating Your Business @ Entrepreneur: So you’ve officially incorporated your business, but what do you need to do next? Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet, offers seven solid places for you to keep your momentum moving forward. “They’re simple steps and will keep your business legal and protected for years to come.”

How Changing Your Reading Habits Can Transform Your Health @ FastCompany: What are you going to spend 30 min on this weekend to make you a better boss, entrepreneur, and human being? “People who read find it easier to make decisions, plan, and prioritize, and this may be because they are more able to recognize that difficulty and setback are unavoidable aspects of human life.”


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