One of the biggest challenges with a freelance business is getting paid what you are worth.
The root of the problem isn’t that the client doesn’t have the money or is unwilling to pay you what you are worth. It could be how you are creating value in the mind of the client.
You may have a dream to start a work-from-home business. But is a home-working business right for you?
Here are some things to think about before you dive in.
Freelancing often means that you can work whenever you feel like it and in any way that suits you. But without a regular schedule, how do you make sure you actually get work done?
If you want to start a business from home, one of the easiest ways is to provide a service that other businesses can use.
There are many things to learn and get used to with nomadic working, but it’s much easier if you have the right tools.
If you have a hobby making something for friends and family, a great way to start a work-from-home business is to sell homemade goods just like you’re making now.
A location independent worker may work at home or as they travel the globe.
Here are the pros and cons to help you decide if it’s right for you.
It takes a fair amount of effort to start a work-from-home business, but it doesn’t have to cost a great deal of money.
Here are a few ways you can start a business working from home without paying anything at all upfront.
In the fifth of our series, here are some more examples of freelance businesses that need little or no money to get going.
Working independently to earn a living while continuously making dedicated efforts to achieve pre-set goals is known as freelancing.