If someone ask me one rule to be efficient in work. I would give the 2 minutes rule: “What takes less than 2 minutes to do should be done straight away.”
As a freelancer, depending on your activity, you might get solicited by a number of different people. It can be recruiters, in-house people, marketing people for trying to sell you services, or just email and notifications. How to deal with disturbance All of those can be killing your process and productivity. If they are quick […]
Burnout is the feeling of physical and emotional exhaustion, due to stress from working with people under difficult or demanding conditions. As a business owner you have more chance to reach that stage so treat yourself well.
One very difficult things to do once you business is running is to take time off. But that’s also a key to success. Think about all the big boss in large agencies. What kind of holidays do they take? Real break in nice holiday destination to deconnect
I used their services since I started my business. I did a long research to find a good accountancy solution for my business. Something simple and not overpriced. inniAccounts – personal review That them inniaccounts.co.uk I love them because of their “insightful accountancy software” It has everything you need inside, bookkeeping, you add your contracts, generate […]
There is 2 type of people, the one who wake up at the end of the year and get all the paper together, find an accountant and sort it out. Or the ones who keep track regularly and avoid the end of year stress.
What is a a good freelancer? That is very subjective, I would say a mix between a good employee and a good leader. Someone with strong skillsets, independent, and proactive.
I heard that from a few friends working in my field. We all know the cliché of web developers… and it’s not really a nice one. First of all, not all developer have long hair, eat chips or pizza all the time and geek all night. Once I finish work I have my life. I […]