July 13th, 2010 by Aidan Huang
An important activity that all freelancers need to do–no matter what their freelancing field may be–is to read and educate ourselves. Reading is a great source for freelancers to get motivated, inspired, and learns tips and techniques for becoming a better professional.
There are many excellent resources on the web dedicated to the Freelancer. From getting inspiration to dealing with creativity burnout, you will find it all on the internet; there is a lot of information spread throughout the nooks and crannies of the online world, covering all the topics you could possibly think of concerning freelancing.
I have organized a list of great articles that will be very helpful to freelancers, containing hundreds of tips, tools, and lessons. This article could certainly be called the freelancing treasure box because every item shared here is a gem to read.
Starting as a Freelancer
The route to starting out as a freelancer is made easy with the great advice from these articles.
Freelancer Inspiration and Creativity
The essence of gathering inspiration and becoming creative could never be simpler with the tips shared below.
Freelancer Thoughts and Tips
What goes on in the mind of a freelancer? What are the best tips you can get from freelancers themselves? Check them out below!
Combating Freelancer Burnout
Feeling drained out? These great formulas will kick away your worst enemy: Fatigue!
Freelancer’s Hunting Ground
Do you know where to get jobs? These are the places to get you started.
Promoting and Branding Yourself
Making yourself known is essential if you would like to gain more exposure and incoming business. Learn all about self-promotion in the articles below!
Dealing with Clients
Is the client your best friend or worst enemy? Read about tips and ways on how you can better work with your clients.
Be more productive and make your life easier with these tools at hand!
If all else fails, pick yourself up and learn from the mistakes you made. Better still, you can learn from other people’s mistakes without the need to go through them yourself.