In recent times, work can be a daunting, even scary, thing. But it doesn’t need to be. Freelancing can be a viable option, even if it’s just something on the side. Give me a few minutes, and I’ll show you the essentials you need to get started.
As you may, or may not, know, I briefly stopped freelancing a few months ago, when I took up a full-time software development contract. I felt that I wasn’t doing as well at freelancing as I should, and that something needed to change.
Here we are in July 2015. How did the time pass so quickly? The excitement from the last few weeks is still with me, so you could say that I&rsquo;m on a bit of a high of late. However, it&rsquo;s not all been peaches and cream&hellip;
It&rsquo;s been an interesting week, this week. I&rsquo;m not sure whether you&rsquo;d call it hardening up, or putting my money where my mouth is really. Regardless, it&rsquo;s been a good one! Why, you may ask? Well it&rsquo;s been great for three reasons&hellip;
This is a post I&rsquo;ve been meaning to write for some time. It makes sense as it&rsquo;s a business I&rsquo;ve
For as long as I can remember, I&rsquo;ve just &lsquo;wanted to be my own man&rsquo;. The feeling&rsquo;s never left me,
Over the course of my 4 week holiday in Australia I decided to conduct an experiment: Can I successfully create tech content whilst on the road, with nothing more than an iPad and an Apple bluetooth keyboard? Here&rsquo;s the results of the experiment.
These days it seems like everyone and their dog wants to &ldquo;quit the daily grind&rdquo; and, in some form or other, start their own business. One of the most talked about options is being a freelancer. Problem is, an employed and self-employed mindset aren&rsquo;t the same. And if you&rsquo;re not careful, you&rsquo;ll likely fail as a freelancer, in spite of all your enthusiasm and skills.