Once in a while you just have to hear it again. You might “know” that you ought to keep your to-do list short, but getting engrossed in the daily details creates a mile-long list of tasks. Reading (again) that a smaller to-do list equals less stress, opens your eyes and gets you back to center.
Are you interested in taking up freelance jobs but have no experience? Or have you recently started freelancing and aren’t able to get a project to work on? You need to get your potential clients to notice you and in order to do this, you need to do certain things so that you can portray your work
Is your company is at a plateau? This may be the right time to consider solutions to help you scale through to the next level. The question I guess you’re asking now will be “Can I do this with the little amount of money at my disposal? Yes, by outsourcing to freelancers or outside professionals
I’m guessing you’re a freelancer who has just completed a few projects or maybe you’ve been working as a freelancer for a while but you’re now noticing a decline in the amount of work you get or that your previous freelance clients don’t hire you again after your first job. If that’s bothering you, then you
Of all the tools available for growing your business, one of the least understood is outsourcing. It allows you to expand capacity without having to formally hire large numbers of new staff; without having to invest in new capital equipment, without leasing a larger commercial space; and without having to invest in development costs for