Unless you’re some kind of super-hero (or should I say, “freelancer extraordinaire“), chances are you’ll find yourself without a gig for a week (or a month) at some point in your freelance career. It happens, it’s not fun, but there are things you can do to actually take advantage of the slow weeks/months and still make ends meet.
You know, those times when you simply cannot find a contract, you call everyone on your contact list and no one has work for you. You then ask your friends, your family, your neighbors, and still no gig. Yeah, I know…
Here are some simple (or not) things you can do that might help, feel free to share your own tips and tricks with us! :) [Click Here to Read More...]
Posted September 18, 2007 in Marketing
Many of us freelancers, entrepreneurs, marketers, will use buzzwords when talking about our company or talking to a potential client about what we can do for them.
David Armano has put together a really nice presentation, definitely worth checking out.
Read the full post on David Armano’s blog
Posted September 17, 2007 in Productivity
No business is perfect – especially when it’s a small business or one-person show.
There are always things you know you need to do that will make it easier to get your work done, find new clients and make your time more valuable.
But the barriers of time, resources, and motivation often stand in the way of a more profitable you. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, you have the potential to rapidly boost your earnings simply by leveraging a powerful tool:
The “I Hate” List.
Read on to discover how. [Click Here to Read More...]
Posted September 16, 2007 in Uncategorized
Put your to-do list away, go get a coffee (tea would be better though), sit back, relax, and enjoy those posts/articles. I’m sure you’ll learn something new.
So, how was you week? ;)
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