A student asked me the same question I asked my teachers: “How do I know if I will be successful at freelancing?” After 35 years
Successful soloism is about 80% mindset and 20% mechanics. I’ve learned from experience that you can get the mechanics right, but still not be thinking right. Much of what holds us back as creatives and independent business owners is our mindset.
Have you ever gotten involved on a project and then realized that neither the project nor the client is ideal? The project that was going to
Has something like this ever happened to you? You have a solid contract with your client that includes payment terms and penalties for late payment.
Building a business requires connection with people: prospective clients, colleagues, mentors, customers, and sometimes even family members. When we connect, we share information, ideas and
Creative freelancers invest time and effort carefully crafting brands for their clients. In regard to their own brands, they often come up short. Creatives should
Design your time. Time is wasted when we do the wrong thing at the wrong time. It’s easier to keep your time boundaries and your well-being intact if you plan ahead.