Top 10 Skills for the Successful 21st-century Worker

Naureen Saira and Mary Barry of the University of Phoenix created an infographic that outlines the most important skill for workers (that includes freelancers) in this century. Do you agree? 10.) Leadership 9.) Critical thinking 8.) Communication 7.) Collaboration 6.) Adaptability 5.) Productivity and Accountability 4.) Accessing, analyzing, and synthesizing information 3.) Innovation 2.) Global…

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How to be a Freelancer while you have a Full Time Job?

Long time ago, I used to have a full time job… and I was dreaming to be a freelancer. But I had responsibilities that will not allow me to quit my job without having some kind of “secure” incomes. This shouldn’t be a limitation to start your freelance business, you can get started as a…

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8 Things that You Should Take Into Consideration When You Are Doing a Quote

Sometimes it doesn’t matter if you are new as a freelance or if you have a lot of experience in the field, there is always a time that it would be difficult to give a customer a quote. This is the reason why I am writing this article, because I would like to share with…

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Speak your customer’s language

It doesn’t matter in what type of business you are involve, make sure that your customers understand what you are trying to explain. Try to provide them all the information about the project that you are going to develop. Try to explain it as simple as possible. Remember that your customer might not be an…

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5 techniques that every freelance can do to promote their services

Since you are planning to be a full time freelance you must be aware that you might not only be able to develop your projects, but that you would need to promote your services in order to get more customers. And I understand that for some of us, the idea of been a salesperson can…

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