freelancing, why my 4 hours of work equal to 8 hours of your full-time employee
Last October I quit my full-time job. I was so burned out I didn’t touch code for a month. Then came November and I knew that at some point I need to start earning money again, bills do have to be paid after all. For a moment I considered joining another company but the pure thought of it made me want to run for the hills. What other option did I have? Freelancing. I am not going to lie, last time I tried to freelance (two years ago) it was a pure disaster, but that was before I had confidence in myself as a developer.
My last job taught me two crucially important skills that made me undertake freelancing with confidence and excitement.
Firefighting, i.e. to be able to solve any problem with fast turnaround.
Managing projects, i.e. knowing what can go wrong and how badly things can go wrong if the project is not managed correctly.
I have been freelancing for three months now. I...
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