7 Tips to Get the Most From Your Day as a Freelancer

By: Brittany Corners | Published: October 7, 2015

When your home is your office, the benefits are many, but there are also pitfalls aplenty. These timely tips separate work from home to help you make the most of both. Set a Schedule To meet deadlines, freelancers should set daily and weekly hours. There’s no need to align with traditional office hours unless clients […]

Surviving as a Freelancer [Infographic]

By: Brittany Corners | Published: April 28, 2015

Surviving as a freelancer can be rife with challenges, and not everyone is cut out for this type of lifestyle. But, the more prepared you are for the challenges of freelancing, the more easily you can overcome them. The following infographic provides tried-and-true methods to achieve success as a freelancer. If you like what you […]

The Ultimate Freelancer Survival Guide

By: Brittany Corners | Published: April 1, 2015

With an estimated 53 million freelancers in the United States, it is safe to say that the world of freelance work is growing, and is not going away anytime soon. Each year sees more independent contractors entering the workforce, contributing more than $715 billion in freelance earnings to the national economy. The motivation for this […]

4 Habits of Highly Successful Solopreneurs

By: Ryan Noble | Published: March 25, 2015

The freelance economy is exploding at the same time businesses are changing the way they recruit and onboard employees. The process of talent acquisition is moving from an expensive, variable-cost exercise to a fluid, pay-for-productivity system. Could this be a random coincidence, or are solopreneurs changing the structure of enterprise human resources? Solopreneurs are a […]

The Future of Work is Freelancing

By: Ryan Noble | Published: March 20, 2015

Millions of workers across the globe are making the jump from full-time employment to freelancing, and the concept of the traditional enterprise is said to be dying. But is it really dying, or do we need to adjust our expectations? Change is Coming In the not-so-distant past, the idea of lifetime employment with a single […]

A Look Inside the Freelance Movement

By: Brittany Corners | Published: March 5, 2015

If the current climate of business has taught us anything in recent years, it’s that the workforce is not shrinking—more to wit, it has grown and changed in unexpected ways. Of these changes, the most noteworthy is the proportion of the workforce that is made up of independent contractors which has grown from 7%, as […]

Why Do I Love Freelancing? Let Me Count the Ways

By: Brittany Corners | Published: February 18, 2015

Valentine’s Day is a time to reflect on the things we love. In light of the holiday, I have compiled a list of reasons why I love freelancing. 1. I am my own boss. When you work for yourself, there is nobody to micromanage your daily tasks. That means I set my own priorities and […]