Are you struggling as a freelancer? It could be that your personality is to blame.
Of course, there are many types of successful freelancers. So, your personality type need not be an obstacle to your success. But sadly, it often is.
In this post, I’ll list some common personality types and explain some of the freelancing challenges that are specific to each type.
Posted September 28, 2012 in Inspiration
But, of course, you have to work. You’ve got deadlines and besides you need the money.
Every freelancer has times when they struggle with motivation. You may struggle to stay motivated on Friday after a long week’s work, or you may have trouble getting back into the swing of things on Monday.
No matter what your motivational hurdle is, it can be overcome.
In this post, I share over 13 important tips for keeping your motivation fresh. In the comments, I’d like you to share your own tips for getting and staying motivated.
Posted September 4, 2012 in Inspiration
You’re a freelancer. You’re creative. You’re innovative. You’re flexible. You’re tech savvy. But are you disciplined?
If you think that you can succeed as a freelancer without self-discipline, think again.
Self-discipline is one the most important traits a freelancer can have. It can mean the difference between completing a job and blowing a deadline. It can carry you through those tough freelancing experiences like rejection, stress, or the feast or famine cycle.
In this post, I share ten marks of a self-disciplined freelancer. You can use this list as a checklist to determine what your level of self-discipline is and what areas you need to work on.
They’re tired and stressed all of the time. In short, they’re exhausted. It doesn’t have to be that way!
In this post, I’ll list some of the things that make freelancing seem like just another rat race and explain how you can reclaim your freelancing freedom.
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