Freelancing can provide you with a ton of benefits. Being your own boss. Working whenever you want to, wherever you want to and being able to set your own rates. It also comes with many challenges, so make sure you know what works best for you before you make the leap.
As I’m writing this, COVID-19 has disrupted the workforce and many of those who normally work in offices have been introduced to the idea of working from home for the first time. What’s the key to effectively work from home (or work from anywhere!) you might ask?
If you’re running a business and find yourself mostly working IN the day-to-day of your business rather than working ON building and growing your business, I am writing this post for you to tell you the good news. There are very simple steps you can take now to start making your life so much easier! Read on to find out how you can streamline and automate your day-to-day business to free up your time and headspace.
People often ask me: “How do you stay productive and get everything done?” You want to have a clear action plan, a good momentum of checking things off, to avoid putting off the meatier actions, and to stay on top of everything while moving forward towards your goals. How can you do this? With these smashing top tips on how to stay productive and get stuff done!
Almost three years ago, I started my own consulting firm which focuses on democracy and governance work. I’ve worked for clients on projects all over the world which have focused on, for example, helping countries better manage their natural resources, countering disinformation, providing better educational opportunities, improving government service delivery, ensuring the rights of gender and sexual minorities, and more.
Hello! My name is Kate Shell. I’m 31 years old, and I’m from Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. I’m currently living in Aranjuez, Spain (near Madrid) working as an English teacher. After spending several years in education and subsequently moving into the field of informational technology, I was in desperate need of a change. When I got the opportunity to live and work in Spain, I grabbed it. It was the best decision I could have made!