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If you’re not freelancing already, you will be soon.
If freelancers are happier and making more money, what’s holding you back from picking up some work on the side side or going full on solopreneur?
Well, we’re pretty sure there’s an obstacle or two:
Finding clients and having a full pipeline of work.
Before you dive into life as a freelancer, here are five things you should do to help avoid a future dry spell that lasts longer than you’d like.
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Tip #3 Fire the second dart.
You can guide the conversation and train yourself to listen at the same time by asking an intelligent follow up questions.