Are you just starting out as a freelancer? Have you been freelancing for a while, but now you’re stuck?
Either way, reviewing this post will help. In it, I share over 38 freelancing tips in our biggest list of freelancing success tips ever.
Freelancing can be hard. Really hard. You’ll get discouraged. You may even be tempted to quit.
There are challenges to be met. There are problems to solve. And it’s hard to remember everything.
This post can help you stay on track. It works great as a quick reminder for the experienced freelancer or as a checklist for a new freelancer.
If you liked this post, you will probably also like Seven Days of Freelancing Tips.
Posted February 18, 2013 in How-To
Having a steady revenue stream is an important goal for many freelancers.
Maybe you are one of those freelancers.
In fact, many freelancers start side projects with a goal of having them produce a regular flow of income. But are those side projects really passive income projects?
I hear an awful lot about side projects that generate a so-called passive freelancing income for the freelancer.
There are even websites devoted to the topic. Just how much work really goes into generating a steady revenue stream?
In this post, we’ll discuss what passive income is and examine some concerns for freelancers who want to set up income opportunities that require very little follow-up work. We’ll also examine three popular revenue stream strategies in more detail.
What’s keeping you from really becoming the freelancer that you could be?
For a lot of us, the answer is a lack confidence. Confidence is vital to successful freelancing, but there are a lot of common freelancing experiences that eat away at our self-confidence.
In this post, I’ll identify more than seven common situations freelancers face that cause them to have less confidence. I’ll also explain how you can keep these confidence busters from affecting you.
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Posted January 10, 2013 in How-To
Have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet?
The fact is that for many people, their New Year’s resolutions are already broken by March.
This year, instead of making a list of resolutions that you may or may not keep, why not review your freelancing business and set some realistic goals instead?
In this post, I share some specific aspects of your freelancing business for you to review. You’re also invited to share your own approach to New Year’s resolutions at the end of the post.
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