Deadlines are part of working life, and we all have to deal with them at some point in our lives. However, when you have a number of deadlines coming up at once, it’s often hard to figure out how to move forward. You can fall into a panic which results in one or more deadlines[…]
In the spirit of Women’s Month, I think it’s important to celebrate fellow female self-starters. Chule Gobodo is such an inspiring example of a woman creating her own destiny. Have a look at what she had to say about being a female entrepreneur in South Africa. What was the most challenging part of starting your[…]
In an ever-demanding, increasingly high-paced work culture, the freelance community is expanding. Hours of commuting between 8-to-5 work boxes leaves the creative mind yearning for more. Clawing at the sides of the cubicle just to peak over the edge and see what else life may have to offer behind these confined walls. Welcome the Freelancer.[…]
This is a guest post by Amanda Flores When most people think about freelancing, they have this predisposed image of a person who wakes up in their pj’s, eats cereal, and then starts working on their laptop all day long. And this might be true for some of you, but for others, this is[…]
This is a Guest Post By Yonga Jizana If you are new to this freelancing lifestyle, maybe you have not quite clenched the knack of getting the best out of your free time. One thing you know for sure though is that you are delighted about not sitting in a small cubicle office churning out[…]
This is a guest post by Claire Lourens Let’s face it. We are killing ourselves. Gone are the days of concern over Shark fin soup and Global Warming. We have now escalated ourselves to a whole new level entirely! As if we didn’t have enough on our plates, the high rate of unemployment in our[…]
The recent rise of video marketing on Social Media platforms have left me feeling quite anxious. I totally understand the appeal and tremendous influence that video marketing has as a part of your social strategy. Your following wants to get a glimpse into the lives of the ‘real’ people behind the brand.
Starting off your career as a freelance writer can be challenging if you do not know the tricks of the trade. It takes time and efforts before you build a reputation as a freelancer and clients turn their heads to your service. The challenge is to retain clients with an effective customer relationship policy. For[…]
Guest Post by Anshuman Kukreti “Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” –Thomas Edison It’s all about the freedom you enjoy Since your childhood you’ve been advised to study sincerely, get good grades, secure a job and work hard like your boss to live life comfortably. But,[…]
I have to be honest. I was probably your typical University student. Studying a BA Degree already put me in the party category of University living. What I learnt from myself during school was that, as a procrastinator, I was capable of cramming loads of information in a short period of time.
At this point in time studying wasn’t a necessity and what came first was either partying or spending time with my boyfriend. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not at all regretful of how I spent my early twenties, because I do feel that you need to get all those needs and wants out of your system before entering the real word.