Resilience has become the latest buzz word, it has muscled its way past authenticity, steamrollered over re-imagining, bulldozed pivoting, platforms, onboarding and failure. It has cemented itself to the floor like a huge statue to toughness and … [Read more...] about I am resilient, I am tough, I am a freelancer and the tiger of my home office…..grrr
OK, I'll get it straight out now, I am not a huge fan of Gary Vaynerchuk, I am more James Altucher, Cal Newport, Seth Godin, Brene Brown, Simon Sinek, Brain Clark, and a few more. That's the thing we are not here for everyone, not everyone is … [Read more...] about Jabs and right hooks
1. How To Write More 5 good reasons that you can’t outsource being a good writer, no matter what job you have You’re a technical writer, marketing copywriter, or analyst, your job revolves around writing. Of course you need … [Read more...] about What We’re Reading This Week #2001
Sat at our desks, working for someone else's dream, seeing ourselves create value and then realising that there are layers of 'bosses' above us all taking their cut out of the value we have created. It is a little disheartening, to say the least. … [Read more...] about Freelancers – solving or a different label on the same pot of paint
In 5-7 years from now as many as 50% of us in the developed world, strange term 'developed world', one I don't like, however, the other alternative descriptions are no better. So 50% of the working population will be self-employed, freelance, part of … [Read more...] about Life’s a pitch, how to stand out as a freelancer
"How deep is your work, how deep is your work How deep is your work? I really mean to learn 'Cause we're living in a world of shallow work Breaking us down when they all should let us be" OK for those old enough, that is a bit of an adaption … [Read more...] about How deep is your work?