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Is Your Computer Slow or Is It Your Internet Connection?
December 03, 2019

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers

Is Your Computer Slow or Is It Your Internet Connection?

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

The speed of a freelancer’s computer often determines how productive they can be in getting work done and it is essential that they identify what the problem is quickly and efficiently. We look at how this can be done.

When you leave a corporate job where you had to deal with unpleasant people frequently you may think that soft skills like dealing with difficult people does not matter anymore. We explain why it does.

Saying no as a freelancer is an important and essential skill. We look at when you should say no to gigs and how to go about it.

Crowd funding for freelancers with a shortage of start-up funding is an important issue. We look at some important tips for crowdfunding success.

In skills development this week we look at “Be the warrior not the worrier – fighting anxiety and fear”, “The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans” and “Beautiful minds are free from fear”.

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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