Welcome to the first in a long running series entitled ‘What I Wish I’d Known’ capturing some of the precious… Read more
We found that she had the typical tensions every freelancer has between billable and non-billable work. Although she had already made some changes to make it more efficient, pitching for work and back and forth discussions with clients was still taking up a lot of time.
The network is beyond us, there is always collaboration: It is arrogant to think you can do anything on your own.
Ultimately your network, reputation and motivation are the biggest factors that you can control that will determine how successful you are as a freelancer.
I love that I can schedule my clients and meetings around my family commitments and give my clients as much time and personal input as they want…
To look at, Jonny Harris and Winston Churchill don’t have a lot in common, but they do share this one belief; difficulties lead to opportunities
It’s great when we work in a world where most employers expect us to switch off when we book time off. But, how do you slowly unwind? What does the absence of work allow you to do?
For me procrastination isn’t really about achieving nothing – Procrastination is about me not getting around to the boring important bits. Today I’m self-employed and work largely from home and have been worried about the looming possibility of having a boring important job that I never get done – I’ve waited nearly a year, this has not happened. Why?