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Time Management Tips for Independent Contractors

Time management is an important skill for any professional, but this is doubly true for freelancers and independent contractors. It’s great to be able to set your own hours and be your own boss, but when no one is looking over your shoulder and directing your work, time can get away from you despite your best intentions. Read More

Avoid Wikipedia Freefall and Help Your Freelance Business Soar

You sat down to finish a proposal three hours ago; two hours and forty-five of the last minutes have been spent in Wikipedia freefall, reading about ancient giant sloths. It’s been four days since your last in-person meeting, which is, coincidentally, how long it’s been since you last wore pants. Your cash flow would be awesome, if you could only remember to send out that invoice. Read More

Client Hasn’t Paid? Try These Tricks to Get Your Money Quickly

Clients who are slow to pay can be a nightmare for solo business owners. If you freelance, you know how tough it can be to chase down payments from clients who love and praise your work but take too long to pay for it. While you can and should aggressively collect from true deadbeat clients, a kind approach works best with those who pay slowly but eventually. Read More