Sometimes the hardest part of being your own boss isn’t getting clients and earning a steady income. Instead, it’s finding the motivation to actually do the work you’ve been given. We know a lack of motivation doesn’t mean you don’t
“Never have I ever procrastinated on a task,” said no freelancer ever. Having your income tied to your productivity levels can encourage anyone to work hard. However, sometimes the money factor is not enough to get the creative juices flowing.
If you haven’t been freelancing long, you might not know how best to spend your time when business is slow. Although slow seasons differ by industry, winter and summer tend to be the slowest since clients are often out of