It's a common question that people ask me how do I get a high paying freelance job. Well, today, I'll share with you my thoughts why this question isn't something you should even ask others but something that you should ask yourself and should be answered by yourself alone too. The truth is, getting a
You closed your eyes, pinched yourself, walked out to the sun, and yes, it wasn't a dream. It's real. You just lost one of your freelance jobs. The source of income that you expect to feed your family is now gone. What in the world should you do next?
Many of you are probably on the same boat where I am right now, renting a place where you have your office and family in just one roof. But let's admit it, there will come a time when you're family will grow or the business grows or sometimes both of them (ideally both of them)
Deciding to go on a full time freelance work takes more than just the guts to go on a career adventure. There is a massive financial risk involved and a ton of preparation that needs to be settled before you can fully say that you are ready and good to go. There are more factors
When your clients don’t get what they want, don’t see the results you have promised, this is a sign that you are being ineffective. And who does want to be told they are ineffective? Not one in his sane mind would desire to hear these words. But they do come, sometimes subtly. Let’s face it,
"Many fresh graduates have a hard time finding jobs because their skills and educational background do not fit the needs of businesses" Whether you agree or not with the above statement by the Bureau of Local Employment (BLE), let's face it, finding a job is not as easy as you think it is. And getting
I did have the same hesitations and questions at the back of my mind before I started my own freelancing. I'm sure it is the same with you at this very moment. It's really difficult to put your hands on the rein when you have a stable job, a regular pay and a good benefit.
I know it's easy to remind people not to buy this or that, but the impulse is really difficult to resist. Because more often than not, it is more tempting to splurge on your wants when you have the money rather than to think on how to wisely spend your hard earned income. So I'm
I left my call center job because my freelance job not only offered me a financially rewarding work, it gave me a lot of place to grow. It has literally raised my earnings from four to five times of what I previously received in my call center work, all in the comfort of my home.
If getting a job is a challenge, keeping a client is a feat. That's what I've learned from the seemingly horrible experience of financial crisis. Many strive to get a job, but few has the wisdom to keep those clients. Many get hired for weeks or months but few last for years, nor get a