Even if you’ve been freelancing for a few years, sometimes business is slow. But, luckily, you can use this time to boost your bottom line.
As a freelancer, you may feel like you’re drowning in receipts and financial records. Here are some tips and tricks for tracking your business expenses.
Selling the most expensive option in a multiple budget proposal isn’t rocket science. But there are a few things you can do to greatly increase your odds.
Your freelancing field may already be full of professionals. Learn to recognize competition in business as a tool, rather than something to be afraid of.
Being a seasonal business owner doesn’t mean you’re at the mercy of the calendar. Get creative by using the slow down time to plan wisely.
Work on your business each day to create a foundation that will attract new clients through a little bit of work. Here’s how to do, both online and off.
As a freelance creative, you’re always executing someone else’s idea. Satisfy your inner artist and generate supplementary income on the side. Here’s how.
Stuffing too many skills into your tool belt can hurt your freelance business by distracting you from mastering your craft. Here’s how to thrive.
As a solopreneur, you have an edge. There are a ton of ways to save money as a freelancer. Need proof? Check out my big money goal and saving strategies.
To crank out as much creative product as possible, stay sharp with desk workouts. Here are 3 exercises you can do to reap the mental benefits of exercise.