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Creating the right impression with a customer is something all freelancers worry about, especially if business is done long-distance. So much information is lost when we transact over the ether, which makes our communication skills that much more important and (even more nowadays) which tools we use to communicate with.
During economic turbulence, most of us worry about our jobs, our finances, and the future. Some of us worry much more than others. My mom is a professional worrier – she would win the gold-medal if worrying became an Olympic event! Worry is like prayer in reverse – Michael Angier Society programs us to worry.
Two years ago, this question may have seemed ridiculous to you. In a growing economy, opportunity is in abundance and the challenge we had back then didn’t concern make-or-break, but which of the golden opportunities were the shiniest. Now the whole economic environment has changed. The economy is turbulent and unpredictable. So is it worth
The best answer you will hear, when negotiating, is No (find out why) No sets a boundary. And once you know why your clients says No to your proposal, you have a foundation to work off. Cutting price is not always the best approach. In this article, I will give you a serious edge when
Want to know a secret of how to make your clients say Wow!? Is it about bells and whistles? Do you do it by providing comb-bound booklets? Or is it about *really cool* slide masters when you do a powerpoint presentation?
Do you get hung up on how much you earn? Is your salary the most important measure to you in terms of defining your success? For most people, that is true. We’re socially conditioned to think that way. Seth Godin recently published a post ‘The myth of big salaries (it’s all marketing) ‘ claiming that
I’ve written before that if management was a true science, then there wouldn’t be so many books on the subject. Do a search on Amazon for management and you’ll see thousands of books on the subject. How do you pick books when there are so many to choose from? Hopefully, I’ll give you a start.
So you’re a workaholic, and make yourself available (to yourself) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Running a freelancing business is like breathing to you. Stop, and you believe you’ll die. Free lancing should be called slave lancing, shouldn’t it? This is a follow-on to my previous article: The 24×7 Freelancer Trap .