Freelancing:

03 Sep 2009

18

The Benefits of Running a Blog as a Freelancer (Tips Included)

Blogging is a great way to advance your career and business, even if your only willing to blog part-time. Starting a blog is a fun way to compliment your portfolio, share what you know, get into the community, and overall upgrade your freelancing career quite a bit. Here are a few of the benefits, and 20 tips to get you started.

26 Aug 2009

33

5 Habits to Help You Complete Your Project in Record Time

Freelancing Tips

Everybody wants to be more productive. Productivity translates to success, whether you’re a freelancer or an employee. Here are five powerful ways to make sure you’re getting the most out of your time.

Even if increased productivity didn’t bring extra income, people would still want to be productive because there’s just a confidence-building, make-you-feel-great kind of charm about knowing you can work fast, be efficient and get the job done without rushing.

24 Jul 2009

10

8 Days to Become a Stress-Free Freelance Designer

We all wanted to get into freelancing for our own control, to sleep in if need be, and to overall have better control of our lives, while still doing what we love. How is it though, that so many of us end up working long days, feeling tied down, and seem to have all-day anxiety attacks?

16 Jul 2009

5

Passive Income for Freelancers: Build Today for a Strong Tomorrow

As freelancers, we can only handle so many clients, therefore our income is limited. For a more positive outcome of our future finances, let’s take a closer look at how to build passive income, and make money while we sleep.

30 Jun 2009

11

5 Simple Time Management Techniques for Freelance Designers

While there are, of course, probably thousands of time-management tips and techniques, starting with the basics has a greater chance of actually changing one’s habits. Follow these 5 to get started.

09 Jun 2009

4

10 Things to Consider When Working with your First Client

Below are 10 things to consider and be aware of when working with your first client as a web designer. Some of these tips may even broaden to other forms of freelancing professions.

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