Here’s how I made my transition, first from full-time employee to freelancer and then again from freelancer to digital nomad.
Learn to spot seven more “Red Flag” traits that you’ll come across most often while on-boarding new clients as a freelancer.
Learning to spot “Red Flag” clients takes practice, but if you don’t avoid them, then freelancing is really going to suck for you.
Eight more things you should start doing to establish yourself as a great client. The kind of client developers prefer working with.
Seven things you can start doing today to establish yourself as a great client. The kind of client developers prefer to work with.
These are seven more rules I followed to ensure my own personal transition into full-time freelancing was successful.
These are the first eight rules I followed to ensure I’d never have to sit at another desk, or at least one that I didn’t want to, again.
I recently hopped on over to the wild west of the internet and hosted a series of AMA’s on Reddit. Here’s what I’ve learned from it.
Your time and money clocks start ticking the instant you start writing your project briefs. Craft yours carefully to avoid wasting both.