12 Breeds of Client and How to Work with Them

There are loads of different types of clients out there and chances are at some point you’ll get to meet all of them. So let’s take a look through some typical clients and see if you recognise a few of your own in there!

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By |April 15th, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

13 Breeds Of Freelancer And How To Up Your Game

Here at FreelanceSwitch, we love to talk about clients and on occasion some of their failings and characteristics, but let’s face it, most freelancers aren’t that perfect themselves. So today we’ve put together 13 Breeds of Freelancer, see if you recognize a bit of yourself in there…

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By |April 2nd, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

CRM for Freelancers: 26 Tips a One-Man-shop Can Use to Make More Money

As a freelancer, you’re probably used to managing several projects at once. You’ve gotten the hang of prioritizing, scheduling, and making deadlines. While the overall outcome of your work is vital to your business, maintaining strong relationships with your clients is just as important. To help you out, we’ve put together a crash course in […]

By |March 14th, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

99 Free Online Classes on Business and Entrepreneurship

Yasmine Mustafa presents 99 Free Online Classes on Business and Entrepreneurship posted at The Cheap Revolution. 99 free and useful online classes on business and entrepreneurship that can be take at your own leisure. The classes range from Tech/Product, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Legal and Management.

By |March 5th, 2008|Business, Miscellaneous|0 Comments

The Top 50 Proprietary Programs that Drive You Crazy and Their Open Source Alternatives

Amazing article by Jimmy Atkinson, here is the link . I believe that we should think “out of box”.

By |February 26th, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

How to Be Productively Lazy

By Laura Milligan

We’ve all had good days and bad days at the office: days when we’re feeling particularly ambitious and can work our way down a to-do list before lunchtime, but also days when we can’t stop looking out the window (if we have one) and dreaming about life on the outside. On the […]

By |February 12th, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Ways to Say ‘No’

While it’s OK to say ‘Yes’ to some requests for your time–especially those that are really important–saying ‘No’ is essential to securing sufficient time for yourself and your family. Here are 5 tactful ways to say ‘No.’

1. ‘Although I’m flattered you’ve asked me to make your daughter’s party dress, I just don’t have the time […]

By |January 8th, 2008|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Do You Know How to Delegate Effectively?

By Sue Massey, Click here for article.

For business owners, executive team members, managers, and supervisors there is no more important activity than delegation. As a manager, it is your job is to get work done through others.

By |December 10th, 2007|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

The 100 Tools Freelancers Can’t Live Without

Everyone has their go-to bag of tricks that they can’t imagine functioning without. This list represents exactly that, but on a much larger scale. Clearly, there’s no way you’re going to have 100 different tools you can’t live without, but you can use this collection to find solutions that you’re sure to get hooked on.

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By |November 10th, 2007|Miscellaneous|0 Comments