Introducing the Compass Method – A Productivity and Goal Setting System Specifically Designed for Freelancers

We’ve all heard the idea that you need to work on your business, as well as in it.

Getting this balance right is so crucial if you want to be a successful freelancer in the longterm, and do more than just survive.

Freelancing can involve spinning countless plates at the same time. The key thing to be able to do, however, is to identify which plates you actually should be spinning in the first place, and which you should be leaving alone.

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How to Price your Freelance Services Right

One of the biggest challenges for any freelancer, new or old, is knowing how to price up their services and projects.

If you’re not comfortable with selling and negotiating, and let’s face it, most of us freelancers aren’t, then this can be a very tricky and unpleasant part of the freelance process.

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Is it really a good time to go freelance?

We’ve probably all heard the stories about amazing inventions or innovations that took place following the 2008 financial crash.

A lot of people make the choice to go self employed due to necessity during these periods, or after losing their jobs. Unfortunately, a lot of jobs are likely to be lost over the coming months, meaning the numbers of self employed will also likely swell, as many think ‘hey, I’ve got nothing to lose, now is the time to give freelancing a shot‘

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How to Go Freelance risk-free

While I encourage anyone who can to enjoy the benefits of freelancing, it’s also definitely the case that this lifestyle is not for everyone.

I find the benefits of being free to travel and work to my own schedule, and the novelties of new and different types of work to be extremely appealing, many others value the comfort of a steady income and a solid routine.

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How to stay motivated and moving forward as a freelancer

How to stay motivated and accountable when freelancing

Many people who finally take the leap and choose to go freelance are surprised when after a few months their initial enthusiasm begins wane a little bit, and they find it harder and harder to stay motivated and moving forward.

We all suffer from procrastination at times, but for freelancers it can be a real downward spiral, which creates immense frustration.

This kind of lull can even turn into a long term problem, which prevents you from growing and drags your business down.

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