Sharon  Hurley Hall

Sharon Hurley Hall

Pro freelance writer/blogger

Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional writer and blogger. Her work has been published on OptinMonster, CrazyEgg, GrowthLab, Unbounce, OnePageCRM and Mirasee. Connect with Sharon on Twitter @shurleyhall

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Are You Looking after Your Mental Health?

Writers, bloggers, authors, designers and other creative solopreneurs spend a lot of time juggling multiple business tasks and don’t get a day off even when it seems too much.

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Empowering Female Entrepreneurs – An Interview with Christine Brown-Quinn

“When women feel empowered to take their career forward, I just love it!” The co-founder of the Women in Business Superseries, 50-something entrepreneur Christine Brown-Quinn is passionate about helping women succeed.

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First Steps in Moving Abroad

Doris Gallan recently compared travel to living in a foreign country. She gave some tips on getting the most from a stay in another country. But what if you’ve decided you want...


How To Eat Well Over 50

Good nutrition becomes even more important as we get older. Past the age of 50, our metabolism will no longer be kind when we eat poorly.


Passion, Purpose & the New Entrepreneur

This month’s article in Women’s Health covers a topic that we believe is critical to business success. It’s about the importance of passion and purpose in entrepreneurship. Man...

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Six Fatal Flaws That Are Harming Your Business

Ever felt like your business just wasn’t fulfilling its potential? Don’t worry; it happens to many of us. Perhaps you’re suffering from one of the six fatal flaws that can drag any business down. Here’s what they are, along with suggestions for how to solve them.

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Tips On Staying Healthy Over 50

Are you over 50? If you are then it’s time to start looking after your health. As we age, our bodies become less efficient and it’s more difficult to recover from illness