For many freelancers, the income from projects plateaus at some point. You find out that the max you can earn in a month or year doesn’t go beyond a certain figure.
I don’t know about you, but my ultimate dream is to own a business. Not just any business, mind you, but one that won’t require me to run it day in and day out.
Mistakes are part and parcel of life. At some point in your life, you’re probably going to commit one. No matter how painful or seemingly stupid a mistake is, the key thing to remember is to learn from it.
They say freelancing is the new future. What with all the growth predictions the field has been getting. But just like any job, people are bound to have different experiences so it’s best not to make the jump on mere forecasts alone.
Working as your own boss is a dream for many, what with all the worthwhile benefits that come with it. You can choose the time you work.
You may probably have heard of the term “wantrepreneurs,” a word used to describe today’s growing legion of individuals who are eternally stuck in the stage of wanting to start a business but never get around to doing so.
Self-esteem has been often one of the most touted top characteristics of successful people. In a way, this can be true because our belief in ourselves certainly matters.
Have you been thinking about changing careers? Maybe you’re thinking of taking the freelance route or putting up a business and if you are, you’re probably thinking of the pros and cons of pushing through.
T he struggle to overcoming the fear of failure is real. Society has put so much stigma on failure and rejection to the point that there are droves of people out there living a safe, stale life just so they wouldn’t have to deal with the shame and all the negative trappings that comes with it.