When you put it like this, you aren't leaving much of a choice. Who wants to be a digital mercenary? Everyone wants to be a samurai, even if you're using a keyboard instead of a sword. So, the story goes...
With all the great benefits of being able to work from home, comes a lot of responsibility. Here at goLance, we know the difficulties encountered while working at home, and we're here to help you to become a more productive freelancer.
When managing an internationally diverse team of freelancers, not everyone will celebrate the same holiday. Instead, freelancers will be left to celebrate their own holidays alone and in private (apart from the team), unless the team builds a remote culture that includes everyone's holidays.
Every freelancer out there has a horror story or two to share. Clients that stiff them out of their money. Storms that cut them off from the internet and cost them contracts. Gigs lost from those that underbid projects. The list is never ending.
If you take a step back and compare this year’s profits to last year you notice a hefty loss. The scary part is, if you’re not careful you can be walking down this same path. Today, we’re going to dive into how freelancers should deal with money.
You decide when you begin work, when you end work, when you take your breaks, and what you do during your day. Without a boss to peer over your shoulder or a firm schedule to keep you on track, you have a lot flexibility...We want you to succeed as a freelancer on goLance!