Category Archives: Freelancing

10 Reasons to Turn Down Freelance Work (And What Happens If You Don’t)

Stefan Palios January 30, 2021 Freelancing can feel like a goldmine. People want what you’re offering, and they are willing to pay! It’s a great feeling. But at the same time, that doesn’t mean you should accept every freelance project that comes your way. It may sound odd to turn down money, especially if you’re … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Turn Down Freelance Work (And What Happens If You Don’t)

How Freelancers Can Catch FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early)

Stefan Palios January 27, 2021 Millennials around the world are facing bleak job prospects and a world economy in near shambles from the COVID-19 pandemic. Naturally, the idea of living off investments sounds pretty good right now. Personal finance has long talked about the idea of becoming financially independent, meaning not owing debt and having … Continue reading How Freelancers Can Catch FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early)

The Key Time to Market Yourself as a Freelancer  — And Why

Daniel Rosehill November 23, 2020 geralt / Pixabay Finding time to market oneself as a freelancer can be difficult at the best of times, although few would argue that it’s an essential part of the job. Unlike those working in-house, freelancers have to do it all themselves?—?all of the time. There’s no marketing team to … Continue reading The Key Time to Market Yourself as a Freelancer  — And Why

Big Businesses Are Joining the Freelance Revolution, Says Harvard and BCG Study

Stefan Palios November 20, 2020 As more high-skilled individuals choose freelancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, big businesses are following suit. A new study by Harvard Business School and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) found that the vast majority of businesses see high-skills freelancers as integral to innovation and speed to market. The study asked senior … Continue reading Big Businesses Are Joining the Freelance Revolution, Says Harvard and BCG Study