Category: Motivation

How to Avoid Burnouts

September 12, 2017
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It has happened to all freelancers at some point. We take on all of the jobs we can get, thankful for receiving work, but suddenly we cannot get anything done. Even with endless lists of jobs waiting, freelancers can reach the point where even completing one contract seems slow and painful. This is what...Continue reading →

How to Tackle Writer’s Block

August 15, 2017
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Just when you’re racking your brains for the perfect story or you’re trying to come up with words for your essay, you come up blank. That's happened before and it’s an all too common problem. Writer’s block – the bane of every writer’s existence. Deadlines are creeping near and your article or story is nowhere near...Continue reading →

The Struggle is Real: Finding the Motivation as a Freelancer to Stay Busy when You Are Not

June 27, 2017
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Finding the motivation to work when business is slow is difficult enough in a traditional office setting, but for freelancers the challenge is mighty. In an office, you have bosses, coworkers and the prison cell of your cubicle to help keep you on task. Even then, the call of the World Wide Web can lead...Continue reading →

The Secret To
Keeping
Freelancers
Motivated And
Happy On Your
Project

April 11, 2017
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For many businesses, the thought of hiring a freelancer to do a project is a little daunting. You’re essentially hiring someone, sight unseen, to complete an assignment for your company. The same goes for your freelancers, they barely know you, and depending on how you’ve set up the assignment and the type of assignment, they... Continue reading →