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Transitioning from Freelancer to Entrepreneur
November 01, 2016
Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers
When people think of an entrepreneur, often they conjure up a founder of a newly launched startup, a veteran business owner or someone running a franchise. But the term includes so many other folks, one being the freelancer.
Across the globe, the number of freelancers is on a rapid surge upward. Amid a turbulent job market, most people take up freelancing as a side job with a potential to turn it into a full-fledged business. Where an inverse relationship exists between full-time employment and freelancing, a rather direct relationship is manifested when freelancers transition to entrepreneurship. As more years are added to a freelance experience, entrepreneurial ventures also pick up.
Moving from freelance to entrepreneurship may sound a little risky for freelancers. Some of you may think that you don’t have what’s required in order to be an entrepreneur. Truth is, anyone can become an entrepreneur. Well, they have to come from somewhere, right?
Here is an article that will help you to transitioning from Freelancer to Entrepreneur.
“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.” – Henry Ford
We set goals of all calibers for ourselves every single day. We're setting goals because we want to become better versions of ourselves or we want to upgrade our life experiences. Here are 5 simple steps for everyone to achieve any goal.
Productivity Tip Of The Week
Having pitches ignored by busy editors is nothing new to freelancers. To help freelancers, Boomerang recently launched a new AI-powered tool called Respondable. It's compatible with Gmail and Outlook. Respondable says it can increase the likelihood of your latest email getting a response. But does it actually work? Read this article to learn more.
Work-Life Balance Tip Of The Week
The freelance lifestyle is incredibly tough, and managing mental health on top of everyday concerns like invoices and deadlines can feel overwhelming. Working as a freelancer has an equal amount of benefits and drawbacks when it comes to self-care and mental health. Read this article to learn why you need to start talking about mental health.
Financial Tip Of The Week
How financially secure is your future? Can you even answer that question? If you freelance, your financial future doesn't have to be at risk. A little retirement planning now goes a long way towards securing your financial future. Here are some steps you can take to secure your financial future.
Freelancers And Cyber Security
We have gained approval from Robert Siciliano to bring you extracts from his books related to cyber security for freelancers. Robert Siciliano is an identity theft expert and consultant. He also gives self defense and personal safety seminars. Robert provides safety and identity theft fraud prevention tips and advice on multimedia channels in the United States. We have his approval to bring you weekly extracts from his books:
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