Posts Tagged ‘time management’

15 Feb 2010

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5 Steps to an Effective Freelancing Schedule

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Did you know that our success as freelancers depends on our ability to effectively create an efficient schedule and workflow? A well thought out schedule can be your doorway to success, allowing you work more professionally and accomplish more than you could have otherwise.

That’s why it’s important to really examine your schedule and make sure it’s optimized for accomplishing your goals. Let’s look at how you can do that and make sure your schedule is right for you.

27 Jan 2010

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Top 10 Free Applications That Help Designers Stay Organized

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As designers, it’s important to stay current with new trends and to sharpen your skills when needed. But how effective can these skills really be if you’re not organized? Being a cool and collected designer that’s organized is key to your success. Without the discipline a designer needs in today’s industry, it will be a bit hard to stay afloat when large and very important projects that require this skill come your way.

This is why we’ve compiled a list containing the Top 10 Free Applications That Help Designers Stay Organized. Takes these applications seriously and use them to systemize and enhance your workflow.

26 Aug 2009

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5 Habits to Help You Complete Your Project in Record Time

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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.

30 Jun 2009

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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.