We are both freelance professionals and work from home. We figured out a long time ago that good time management and a strong will are the two most important prerequisites for a successful career that you lead not from the office, but from your kitchen table.
People in our neighborhood say they would take our lifestyle in a heartbeat. We answer:”If freelance work (and from home at that) were easy, everyone would do it.”
Every day we work systematically to develop relationships with existing clients, seek new business and deepen our expertise. We use a variety of tools and tactics to keep things moving quickly and really get us somewhere.
We systematically develop not only our working skills, but also other skills such as foreign languages, photography or piano playing.
And because we know that being proactive on all fronts for the long term is very difficult, we’ve put together a guide on how to overcome the obstacles and tactics to get as much done as possible.