Tag Archive | "Procrastination"

101 Helpful Tips and Tricks for Freelancers

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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101 Helpful Tips and Tricks for Freelancers

As a freelancer, you are in total control of what you do with your time, who you work for, how you work, and when you work. You control all aspects of marketing, and servicing your clients. That is why it is the ultimate goal of a freelancer to reach a state where their work flow [...]

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A Freelancer’s Guide to Scheduling Work

Monday, August 3, 2009

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A Freelancer’s Guide to Scheduling Work

We freelancers are in a very unique position compared with the rest of the working world. When assigned a project, we’re able to schedule work whenever we feel like doing it. This obviously, works as an advantage and a disadvantage. The advantage being you’re able to be flexible, and work at times which suit you [...]

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Balancing Work and Play

Monday, July 27, 2009

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Balancing Work and Play

One of the main reasons you probably decided to become a freelancer was the idea of having more free time on your hands which you could spend with things that mattered to you more, like family. Sometimes though, you can get a bit carried away with your freelance career, and end up designating more time [...]

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Distractions, Distractions, Distractions

Monday, July 6, 2009

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Distractions, Distractions, Distractions

TV. Gaming. Entertainment in general, has always been a source of distraction and inefficiency to all people who have control over their own working hours. It is very easy to slip into a mode of laziness and time-wasting, spending endless hours watching your favorite comedy series, or playing Call of Duty 4. This is why [...]

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Stop Procrastinating – Get Things Done

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

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Stop Procrastinating – Get Things Done

One of the most common problems with freelancing is procrastination. Freelancers have the ability to work whenever they want, but sometimes this can work against them. People are generally lazy (unless you’re some superhuman with incredible powers to go on forever) and so you need a system in place to help you along the way [...]

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