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Do you know how to manage the distractions when working from home?
February 06, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers


Do you know how to manage the distractions when working from home?

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Critical to the success of every person working from home is being able to manage the distractions that are so readily available. We have found a top article from Nick Golding who is on the staff of Freelancer.com. Katie Perry from AND CO has also helped with an article.

I believe that Millennials, born between early 1980’s to the mid-1990’s, are attracted to freelancing because of the flexibility and being their own boss, do you agree? It is The Future of Work and we provide the link to the International Monetary Fund’s video discussing Freelancing and the Future of Work.

Which is the best Google Keep, OneNote or Evernote? If you are interested in productivity, and all freelancers are (that is how we make a living!) you will be interested in this article we have found.

Hopefully, you had Work-Life Balance on your New Year’s Resolutions. You will find the work-life balance tips from 24 entrepreneurs more than helpful, but essential reading.

If you have a family with teenage children you will know about cyberbullying and how devastating this can be to the victims and their families. We have a look at counteracting this. It will not be the last time this is mentioned and what we can do to protect ourselves and our families.

The reach and impact of Amazon continues to grow with its number of employees globally having passed 500,000. The first Amazon Go checkout free store has been trialed in Seattle in the United States. Our Amazon Associates website now has the international links in place.

We live in interesting times with freelancers at the cutting edge of The Future of Work!

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John Cosstick

Freelance Work Guide is always on the lookout for ideas to better help the freelancing community. So, if you have hints or tips, send me an email to John@freelance-work-guide.com


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