Freelancing is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it's prized for being a great way to take control of your own career and professional destiny. You control the work you do, the clients you work with, and the money that you make. Of course, all of those things come with caveats, but it’s easy to see the benefits. On the other hand, freelancing can mean working far too many hours, handling difficult clients, and being responsible for all of the not-so-fun aspects of owning your own business. Related: How To Brand Yourself As A Freelancer How can a freelancer manage their time to be effective and successful, all while retaining work-life balance? Here are four steps to take.
December 11, 2014