Do you want to prosper as a freelancer? Or are you looking to quit your day job and become a fulltime freelancer? Then you’ll need a solid strategy to boost your earnings –and maintain that higher level of income over a long period of time. To help you get the most out of your freelance
I strongly agree with the notion that a business is only as good as its people. But, in today’s economy, those people don’t necessarily need to be full-time or in-house employees. Emerging technology, stagnating incomes, the rise of millennials, and other factors, are driving a fundamental shift in how workers find and earn income. Instead of
34% of freelancers i.e. writers, consultants, photographers, designers, and more—say securing work is their biggest challenge, according to a study by Contently. As the working economy shifts under our feet and businesses hire more freelancers, it’s now more important than ever to understand how to effectively navigate the freelance job market, especially if you’re new to
Running a business requires several different skills, most of which you might not be able to afford at the onset. From time to time, you’re going to need to hire an outside expert to help. It will interest you to know that eWorker was built with the help of freelancers! Anything you might need done
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.