Taylor Gordon — January 17, 2019 — January 17, 2019 stux / Pixabay You may be side hustling for a while thinking you have everything under control, but taking your hustle full-time is a different ballgame. You’re the captain of the ship. Self-employment can be a lot of pressure since the primary source of income … Continue reading How to Survive Your First Month of Self-Employment
Meredith Higgins Karter — January 16, 2019 — January 16, 2019 lukasbieri / Pixabay As the economy changes rapidly, an increasing number of Americans are leaving behind the security of traditional employment and turning to freelance. The number of freelance workers in the United States economy increased by 3.7 million to 56.7 million in the … Continue reading Should Freelancers Incorporate in 2019?
Annie Jones — January 14, 2019 Follow @rockcandymedia — January 14, 2019 Most people have an image of what the perfect job looks like, I think it’s safe to say. Everyone thinks they should be paid more, work less, not have deadlines and be able to make all the decisions about everything to bolster their … Continue reading The Price of Freedom is All Your Freedom
Albert Azis Clauson — January 9, 2019 — January 9, 2019 If 2019 is the year you kick off your freelance career, these are the top five tips you’ll need to know! Stop waiting for work to come to you and go out and pitch yourself to potential clients Work isn’t going to fall into … Continue reading Looking to Kick Off Your Freelance Career in 2019? Here Are the Top 5 Tips You’ll Need!
Taylor Gordon — January 4, 2019 — January 4, 2019 You’re probably aware that you have to spend money to make money. The good thing about a freelance business is you can start with a pretty bare business budget and still see results. You can build a solid foundation without spending hundreds or thousands of … Continue reading Slim Budget? Here’s What to Spend Money On When Starting a Freelance Business
Melissa Ingold — January 4, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — January 4, 2019 In my opinion, we world-changing entrepreneurs are best served by building long-term relationships with our contractors. A virtual team of freelancers who are intimately familiar with our business models, expectations, and needs can deliver top quality, consistent results. That said, when a project … Continue reading Freelancing Websites: Should You Be Using Them?
Choncé Maddox — January 2, 2019 — January 2, 2019 When I first became a freelancer, I thought the lifestyle was great. I had control over when I worked, but I also had a ton of projects lined up for the month. I’d heard horror stories about how freelancing is feast or famine and I … Continue reading How to Beat Freelance Famine Months
Choncé Maddox — December 28, 2018 — December 28, 2018 If you’re a freelancer and you’re considering turning down potential clients and projects, first I want to say congrats. Freelancing can seem like a rollercoaster as your workload can often fluctuate. This makes it difficult to predict the future or determine whether you’re at a … Continue reading How and When to Say No to a Freelance Client (Guiltless Tips)
Nico Prins — November 8, 2018 Follow @nhdprins — November 8, 2018 Side hustling has entered the mainstream in 2018. In the USA, 44 million workers top up their ordinary income with a side business. People are drawn to side hustles for a number of reasons. Some simply want a bit more cash. Others think … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Sure Your Side Hustle isn’t a Waste of Time
Kara Perez — October 30, 2018 — October 30, 2018 andreas160578 / Pixabay Side hustles are often touted as the saving grace of anyone’s financial situation. Personal finance experts, myself included, like to point out that a side hustle can bring in more money and help you reach financial goals sooner rather than later. But … Continue reading Do You Have a Smart Side Hustle?