So after working in one or several companies for years, acquiring new experiences, gaining knowledge, generating new networks that connect you with many people, experiencing so many changes and challenges along the way, what about giving freelancing a try?
One of the main concerns freelancers have when deciding to work home-based is whether they can get used to working on their own and being the one and only person in charge of every single task. There are no other employees sitting in their cubicles to turn around to and ask for guidance or clarification on any process. You are basically on your own for marketing, financial, technical, operational and administrative questions and any other type of questions you may come up with. This definitely requires some adjusting time. It could be hard to picture yourself isolated and self-sufficient for absolutely everything.
It would certainly be nice to feel some type of business structure and support once you get started as a freelancer. Additionally to that startup phase, it would also be helpful to count on support in the following phases, when work starts to pile up and you feel you can’t meet all deadlines. Cloudlance offers integrated tools to help you with administrative tasks in any phase, and provides solutions to help you run your business more smoothly. Learn more here!