Freelancing can be a great choice for a lot of people. Between the variety of available fields, the flexibility in your hours and workload, and the ability to work from home, or anywhere else, there’s a lot to love. But freelance does have its difficulties. Namely, stability.
The article below is from an experienced freelancer who shares his advice for turning your freelance work into a stable, long-term career. From billing, to finding clients, to getting work done and more, it covers everything you need to keep your freelance business running smoothly.
You’ve probably read a lot about freelancing: Feast and famine. Where to find clients. How much to charge. These topics are fundamental, but it seems like most freelancers burn out before they get over these hurdles. Can freelancing be a stable, long-term career?
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