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five tips for freelancers: because some of you are doing it wrong

Over the past two years of being a consultant, I’ve seen it all. I’ve cringed during uncomfortable conference calls when counterparts waged a financial war over 30 minutes of billable work, and I shook my head when another freelancer told my client, in no uncertain terms, that they weren’t big enough to be a priority. 2,119 more words

Freelance Life + Careers

🎉 Applying the Learning...

“Learnings from any training you have attended will not make any sense if you are not applying it…”

Bel Arnesto .”  

 

Adult Learning

Confessions of a Fiat Driver

Despite the existence of the lifeworking choices that I described in my previous blogpost, there are powerful barriers that prevent individuals from embarking on a new journey, even when the possible path ahead can be at least partly visualised. 1,358 more words

Autonomy

Escaping the Asylum

In my previous blog posts I explained my belief that the continuing adherence to the industrial-age mind-set has meant that it is impossible for high-achieving knowledge workers to realise a true work-life balance in most established organisations. 1,348 more words

Autonomy

Life Should be a Long Vacation

In my last few blogposts I talked about how life working is built upon a blend of both home-based and workplace-based productivity – what I call ‘at home days’ and ‘away days’. 743 more words

Autonomy

Avoid Meetings & Assholes

In my last blogpost I explained how lifeworking is built upon a blend of both home-based and workplace-based productivity – what I call ‘at home days’ and ‘away days’. 1,198 more words

Autonomy

New Ways of Working: Yahoo! Still Doesn't Get it

Today’s digital networked technologies allow people to be productive almost anywhere at anytime, whether they are working individually or in teams, and yet most organizations still adhere to regimented start and end times to the workday. 1,232 more words

Autonomy