How to Monotask Like a Boss

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Monotasking is about being super intentional with what you have right in front of you, and zeroing in on one task at a time. Not, you know, twenty tasks at the same time. Monotasking is the present of having a presence and being laser focused. It’s the anti-hero to modern entrepreneurship hustle-core and the solution to chaotic overwhelm.

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Minimalism For Beginners: Less is More

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Over the past couple of months, I’ve become obsessed with minimalism. It all started when I decided to move across the country back to Pennsylvania from Los Angeles. I could not afford to hire movers (let alone a moving truck) so I purged 80-90% of what I had in my one bedroom apartment.

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5 Free Investment & Savings Apps You Should Be Using

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Over the past couple of months, I’ve been learning about financial health because as much as we use money on a daily basis, it’s something that’s still very taboo (especially for women) to talk about. One of the biggest takeaways I’ve learned so far is that you need to be investing, not just saving, especially if you’re a broke millennial.

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It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

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The sunken place is real. For me, it looks a lot like paradise but in slow motion. It’s drenched in a cold color palette like in Ozark but with palm trees swaying in the background as if stuck in molasses. I can’t say definitively that I’ve been here before.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Approaching a Film Producer

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We filmmakers are some of the most persistent people out there. We hustle hard for projects we’re passionate about and we’ll stop at nothing to see them come to fruition.

Although I feed off of that excitement and tenacity, there are a few basics that every aspiring screenwriter or filmmaker should know if you want to get your project in front of people who you want to produce it.

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