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asdfsafadsfdsafds 4 ways the law can supercharge your coaching business so you can impact more people and make more cash.

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  I wrote a guest blog post over on Rebecca Dickson’s blog that I’ll pretty much call my legal tell-all for business coaches of all kinds. I wanted to give a sneak peek excerpt over here, but ask that you visit her blog to read the entire thing. You don’t want to miss it. Trust me.  These days, it seems like everyone’s an entrepreneur. And, as the small business industry grows, the coaching industry grows also at rapid pace – life



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asdfsafadsfdsafds [Illustrated] Legal Cheat Sheet for Bloggers

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Enjoy our visual supplement to the iBlOG series. Print it. Share it. Use it. Just don’t remove our copyright notice from it.  



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asdfsafadsfdsafds 3 Legal Tips You Should Know About Guest Blogging.

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Hello there creative genius… Linguistics curator… Wordsmith extraordinaire… As you continue to build your super-amazing blog you have probably considered guest blogging for others… Because they need to witness your brilliance. Right? Guest blogging is a genius way to get in front of new audiences. Depending on the blog, media outlet or publishing network you will need to review the Terms of Use/Service section regarding submissions and the Contributor Agreement (if provided to you) or guidelines. Yes. The legal stuff



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asdfsafadsfdsafds Why You Should Set Up Your Blog as a Business.

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From the very moment that you first blogged you became a business owner (whether you like it or not). Hitting the publish button is a business transaction. Your service? Publisher of online content. Your compensation? The time and attention of your raving readers, and eventually money. The insta-second that you ‘write and send’ you’ve exposed yourself to liability. Your house, car, cash and any other assets are at stake. As a sole proprietor you are the business. You face unlimited



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