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28 Set/10

Graphic Designer’s Journey: Freelance to Freedom (Infographic)

Graphic Designer’s Journey: Freelance to Freedom (Infographic)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Just when you thought decision making couldn’t get any harder (you didn’t sleep for 2 nights, trying to decide between Helvetica and Times font), real life appeared and forced you to make a resolution about your career. In kindergarden there wasn’t really any competition. You were the one to paint the prettiest house with the white picket fence. But you can’t ride that success forever. So, for all of...

12 Nov/09

Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver)

Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Freelancers work a whole lot differently than nine-to-fivers, but thinking like a freelancer can help along your career, even if you’re working full-time for a big company. Over at Harvard Business Online this week, I ran down how employees can benefit from a freelancer’s mindset. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Adopt a Freelancer’s...

30 Ott/09

New Stuff Shipping Tomorrow

New Stuff Shipping Tomorrow

Things have been quiet around these parts lately because I’ve been heads-down on a fun project that’s finally ready to see the light of day: tomorrow, that is. Tune into tomorrow’s episode of This Week in Google on live.twit.tv at 2:15pm Pacific/5:15pm Eastern to be the very first to get the scoop. Of course, if you’re off having a grand old time enjoying Halloween tomorrow afternoon, more power to you. I’ll also publish details here right after the show. Continua...


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8 Lug/09

Anticipate Your Interviewer’s Next Question to Ace Your Job Interview [Jobs]

Anticipate Your Interviewer’s Next Question to Ace Your Job Interview [Jobs]

So you’ve sent in countless resumes and finally landed yourself an interview. Now what? The Harvard Business Blog suggests seven rules to follow next time you’re face to face with your potential employer. Photo by Eneas. Harvard Business Blog’s David Silverman suggests, for example, that apart from shutting up and listening, you can “answer the question you wish they’d asked” when being interviewed. This means pre-empting your interviewer instead of...

14 Apr/09

Find the Best Part-Time Work for Your Time [Money]

Find the Best Part-Time Work for Your Time [Money]

We posted yesterday about 50 side businesses you can start in spare time , but it’s not always apparent which sideline works best for your time, or career. Marci Alboher offers some advice on that front. Career writer Alboher writes at Manage Your Life that your part-time job, or freelance gig, or even casual pick-up work should benefit you in more ways than just bolstering your bank account. Find work that doesn’t conflict with your main revenue earner, and hopefully find...

10 Apr/09

Avoid the Seven Deadly Sins of Networking [Networking]

Avoid the Seven Deadly Sins of Networking [Networking]

Many of us consider networking a necessary evil of maintaining a healthy, robust career, but it doesn’t have to be. In reality, it’s more often than not bad networking that puts people off networking altogether. Photo by dogbomb . At Yahoo’s Manage Your Life weblog, Marci Alboher rounds up what she calls the seven deadly sins of networking, discussing what makes each sin so bad and providing a clear path to avoiding each. For example: Making introductions on behalf of...

9 Apr/09

What’s Your Personal Business Model? [Ask The Readers]

What’s Your Personal Business Model? [Ask The Readers]

Over at weblog Freelance Switch, our very own Gina Trapani discusses crafting a personal business model—that is, an ideal vision of what you want to get from the work you do. Gina’s post comes from the perspective of someone who’s made a move to a mostly freelance career after years at the helm of Lifehacker , but the basic idea behind the personal business model, as she describes it, applies to anyone, and it’s about finding satisfaction in the work you’re...