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As a freelancer, do you know how to handle your unknown unknowns?
April 17, 2018

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

As a freelancer, do you know how to handle your unknown unknowns?

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Following are the summaries of the articles that we've featured in this newsletter. Click on the button below that links to the newsletter and check the articles.

Starting out as a freelancer after having worked in a 9 to 5 job has a lot of unknowns even if you have moonlighted in your niche. We explain how to counteract this and find out what you need to know.

Your health has a fundamental need for risk management when you start freelancing, we explain how to manage the risks and why you should.

Freelancers can help their work-life balance by working anywhere. We explain why this is important to families today.

Living without regret is important to millennials, but it is important that later in life you don’t look back and say “I wish I hadn’t done that.” We explain why it is so important to this generation when there is a lot of social change.

Perfectionism can have a dramatic impact on your earnings. We explain what you need to know about your working personality. Perfectionism, when you are in a 9 to 5 job is okay, but when you are freelancing it can have a detrimental impact on your productivity and income.

It seems incredible that Amazon is spending US$500 million on a TV series, but it is true. Ian Morris’s article explains why they are doing it.

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