Freelance Business

What drives you as a freelancer? A podcast series

What drives you as a freelancer? I’m not talking money, work/life balance or a rewarding workload (although those are all very valid reasons). I’m talking about a term used in coaching – transactional drivers. Transactional drivers are the ways in which we respond to times of challenge or stress. Even in an ideal world freelancers […] Read more…

Guest post: Five healthy eating tips to help you maintain your productivity

Do you find it hard to maintain your productivity levels throughout the day while you’re freelancing? Rose from the Freelancer’s Cookbook has kindly shared five essential healthy eating tips for freelancers to help you avoid those dips in concentration. Identify your hungry times Mealtimes should always be breakfast, lunch and dinner, right? Not necessarily – […] Read more…

Five ways to save time as a freelancer

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Let’s talk about how to save time as a freelancer. When you’re paid by the hour, using your time efficiently is vital. Whilst it’s a running joke that freelancers work from home in front of the TV, in their pyjamas, my experience is that freelancers are more driven and efficient than some people in traditional […] Read more…

5 ways to boost your freelance business on Facebook

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A few years ago, like many others, I was thinking about leaving Facebook completely. That now seems crazy, as Facebook is one of the best places to be as a freelancer. With the combination of Facebook groups, Facebook pages, Facebook Live and being able to target your perfect audience, using Facebook to build your freelance […] Read more…

How hiring a Virtual Assistant boosted my freelance business

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Just before I discuss hiring a virtual assistant… [su_box title=”Hello…it’s me” style=”glass” box_color=”#0f734e”]*Tumbleweed* It’s been a bit quiet round here, hasn’t it? I’m still here (and have been chatting away in my Freelance Lifestylers Facebook group, come join us), but had to put the blog on the backburner a little while I got used to […] Read more…