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How Running Your Own Business Drives Happiness, Motivation, And Productivity


Monday, May 20th, 2019

It’s not surprising the those who run their businesses are happier than full-time employees. It’s been that for years now. Take, for instance, this 2014 survey from Populus that found even though the self-employed work longer hours and earn a fifth less; they’re happier than their full-time counterparts. More recently, employee engagement company Personal Group […]

8 Myths About Freelancing That Could Prevent Your Personal Growth



Saturday, May 18th, 2019

There are a lot of myths about freelancing in America. A lot of this could prevent you for your personal growth. According to the freelancer data, there are more than 57 million people freelancing. That’s currently 36 percent of the workforce — and it’s expected that freelancers will make-up a majority of the workforce by 2027. […]

The 10 Best Ways to Keep Your Contractors Productive

Jon Bradshaw


Saturday, March 30th, 2019

There was a time not that long ago that freelancing wasn’t taken seriously as a viable career decision. The prediction is that within the next decade a majority of the U.S. workforce will be composed of freelancers. It’s obvious that freelancing has now become a very serious career choice. This information shouldn’t be all that surprising […]

The New Dream Team: Building a Successful Team of Freelancers



Friday, March 22nd, 2019

57.3 million people. That’s how many freelancers there are in the U.S. However, by 2017, it’s expected that the majority of the workforce will be made-up of freelancers. In fact, 47 percent of millennials are already freelancing. That’s all well and good. But, how does this large percentage of worker becoming freelancers impact you as […]

How and When to Say No to a Freelance Client (Guiltless Tips)



Thursday, December 20th, 2018

If you’re a freelancer and you’re considering turning down potential clients and projects, first I want to say congrats. Freelancing can seem like a rollercoaster as your workload can often fluctuate. This makes it difficult to predict the future or determine whether you’re at a place in your career where you can actually say no […]

8 Ways Freelancers Can Stay Productive When Moving

Freelancer, Productivity

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

It’s been estimated that over 35 million Americans move each year. I was one of these people. While I’ve moved many times before, this was a little more difficult. Moving means taking care of all of the “moving fun,” like packing, purging, loading up items in a truck, unloading the truck, and unpacking. It can […]

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