For most freelancers the holidays are some of the slowest times a year for work. Even if things are slow it is important to keep your skills sharp and to continue to be productive in some way, shape or form. After freelancing for a while you should be able to keep pretty busy year round but it can take a while.
If you are one of the majority of people looking to earn an extra buck for the holiday season then here is a blog for you. If you have events to host or just want to get caught up on bills for the new year, keep reading.
Sometimes it can be hard for freelancers to find better and or consistent work. They may feel that the money they are being offered for a job is not really enough for their time spent on actually doing the job or that they keep missing out on bigger and better opportunities.
The life of a virtual assistant is varied, full of freedom and has the potential to bring in a substantial income; but you must possess the special skills that clients will be willing to pay for if you hope to become a virtual assistant in the very near future.
Freelancing requires time management and a strong work ethic but gives you the ability to create your own schedule. In order to ensure success through freelancing you need to set down some ground rules and some goals. Even if it seems like a common sense step, write it down and follow it.