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Do You Know What The Pomodoro Technique Is For Getting Work Done?
November 05, 2019

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Do You Know What The Pomodoro Technique Is For Getting Work Done?

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Getting work done efficiently and quickly and to a high standard is how freelancers make money. There are various management techniques to managing workflow. We share four approaches.

The digital economy is evolving quickly and hardly a week passes without a new skill being developed and made available to freelancers. To keep abreast of the changing skills environment is important to have a development plan as a freelancer. We share 4 steps to creating a freelancer's development plan.

Procrastination is an enemy of creative people. We have a look at ways it can be overcome with the help of Steven Pressfield and Marya Jan.

PTO stands for Paid Time Off. Employees don't have to think about this as it has become a part of their entitlements that has been won by the union movement over decades. However, freelancers have no such entitlement as they are their own boss. Tyra Seldon has looked at the issues of how a freelancer can have holidays without stressing out about their gigs.

Freelancers are reluctant to use the services of an accountant. Marian Schemberi presents the case why accountants should be used.

This week in the skills development section we look at "Self-transformation through mindfulness", "Why working from home is good for business" and revisit "The secret of becoming mentally strong".

We also feature a link to the world's leading Amazon Web Services trainer's weekly video as well as our regular cybersecurity articles and Amazon Associates feedback.

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