Archive for “Solopreneur” Category

7 Ways to Deal with Freelance Project Delays

  Project delays are a problem all freelancers face. Regardless of your industry or experience level, there will be times when even the best project plans, schedules, and intentions go awry.  Usually, these occasional delays cause minor inconvenience, but they can have dangerously negative implications for both your workflow and cash flow if they happen […]
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10 Ways to Market Your Freelancing Business During the COVID Crisis

Marketing your freelancing business during a global crisis is challenging. Many of your ideal clients are reducing spending, shifting focus, and even going out of business altogether. Everyone is facing hardships during the COVID-19 era.  Despite the worldwide coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic recession, many freelancers are still making a good living and even […]
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How to Stay on Top of Your Bookkeeping as a Freelancer

Maintaining good financial records is essential when running your own business. As a freelancer, it’s incredibly important to ensure you record every facet of your income and expenses.  Why? Proper bookkeeping helps you to pay your taxes on time and with complete accuracy. You avoid unnecessary dramas involving late payments or muddled data, which can […]
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How Freelancers Can Thrive During a Recession 

As a severe pandemic rages across the world, there are warning signs of a harsh worldwide recession on the horizon. A significant economic downturn is devastating for the majority of small businesses. Yet for freelancers, despite the decline in economic activity, there’s actually a chance to thrive during any recession.  Even as Covid-19 forces societies […]
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