While it’s essential to understand your market and develop a basic understanding of your competition, spending hours pouring over your competition's website content will only help you so far.
This post is a collection of favourite quotes and approaches that have helped us on our own entrepreneurship journey. We consider these words of wisdom part of our toolkit. Sometimes, reading a few words of encouragement, sound reasoning, and common sense help put a situation into better perspective.
If your contract work involves an atmosphere of excess stress, frustration, and negative feelings, it’s easy to feel trapped. Working on contract for someone else doesn’t mean you are powerless and must accept the situation. It might seem impossible to get out from under a heavy atmosphere, but there are ways to alleviate it.
In the excitement of the moment you land new work, it's tempting to bypass formality and not bother with a contract. Set yourself up – and your client – for a successful professional working relationship by insisting on a written contract. Here are our five tips to make sure your contract serves you well.