See if this sounds familiar.
You’re working on a client assignment and you’re enjoying the work for the first three-quarters of the project.
But by the time you get to the last quarter, you couldn’t be more … Read more
When you’re in a leadership position, the people you lead sometimes put you on a pedestal.
They think you have everything figured out. You have no flaws. No struggles.
I’m in a leadership position in that people … Read more
To become a successful freelance writer, you need to be willing to take some risks.
That’s not to say that you should be reckless!
But you need to be willing to take calculated risks — risks that … Read more
Few things are worse than being caught short by an unexpected expense.
I know how that feels.
I’ve experienced my fair share of cash flow challenges—both as a freelancer and when I worked in commission sales.
Over the … Read more