Can you remember the last time you received poor customer service? Do you remember what you did? How many people did you share this experience with?
It is a common thing to ask ourselves what we have accomplished by the end of a year. Most likely, if you begin asking friends and relatives what they define by success, you will be surprised to see that it’s a hard question to answer. And after a few minutes of thinking it through people normally tend to associate success with acquisition. Sigue leyendo Defining Success As a Freelancer
When freelancing it is very important to introduce ourselves in an appropriate way. Clients will hire us based on the impression they perceive when getting to know us. Sigue leyendo How To Communicate With Potential Clients
Many times we fall into the habit of making generalizations as to what our customers want. Although we may be certain that our product or service is outstanding, it’s important to see that each customer’s challenges may be different.
Depending on what field you specialize in, you could notice that some weeks or months are busier than others and you may feel the need to ask for help. Generally, and I believe this is the most frequent scenario, you hear everyone talk about how busy they are towards the end of the year with the holiday season coming up. Sigue leyendo Freelancing During the Holidays
While talking with my cousin who decided to freelance about a year ago, I began to wonder if she uses reports. Sigue leyendo Numbers That Shed Light To Make Better Decisions
Most likely we are all identified with burnout sooner or later. Sigue leyendo Freelancer, How Do You Beat Burnout?
After several years of freelancing my family still has this huge misconception and wonders why I left my “real job” and opted to work from home. Sigue leyendo Family’s Impression on Freelancing