Maybe it’s me. Maybe it’s the iPad 3 announcement. Maybe it’s Maybel-something-makeup. Whatever it is seems like there wasn’t much out there this week.
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Be happy, work better. It’s a 12 minute TED video. Worth it.
“I make sure to start every day as a producer, not a consumer.” How you start your day frames the rest of your day.
Assuming you haven’t screwed things up with your customers, it’s a lot easier to get more work from them–or referrals–than someone new to your network.
Don’t go it alone.
So Facebook is coming out with Timelines, and I still haven’t put together all the pages for my other junk yet. Ugh.
Stop apologizing. At least for stuff you don’t need to apologize for. Solid list of steps to put you in the right frame of mind.
I generally don’t send out propoals, per se, but if you do this might help you streamline you product.
The more they, well, you know.
Video by Shane Pearlman on how to figure out what you should charge, it was originally given during International Freelancers Day 2011.
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