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4 Surefire Ways to Tick Off Your Clients

Posted by on April 29th, 2008

In previous posts we’ve discussed how to show client appreciation, and I’ve offered tips on running a successful work at home business. For the most part, the key is establishing a good relationship with clients. This keeps them happy…and you’ll stay busy. Of course, keeping a client satisfied isn’t always simple. Let’s face it, some […]

3 Ways to Show “Client Appreciation”

Posted by on April 25th, 2008

If you’re looking to run a successful and profitable freelance business, repeat business is the key. I’ve been a freelance writer for five years, and during this time I’ve worked with numerous clients – some long-term. Long-term relationships are the best. Since assignments are normally steady, you’re practically assured a regular check. But, long-term relationships […]

What Does It Mean to Be “Self-Motivated?”

Posted by on April 22nd, 2008

“Self-motivated,” is a term we hear often in the freelance world. Along with other vital skills, it seems as if individuals and companies who post an ad for a freelancer or telecommuter always seek a person who’s self-motivated. But, what does it mean to be self-motivated? More importantly, are you self-motivated? According to, there […]

How to Deal with Disappointment?

Posted by on April 17th, 2008

Even though disappointments are an inevitable part of life, they’re never easy to deal with. As a work at home professional, you’ll likely deal with your fair share of disappointments. A lucrative deal could fall through, a loyal client might move on, or it may take longer than expected to grow your business. I’m no […]

They’re Asking for Money. Is it a Work at Home Scam?

Posted by on April 14th, 2008

We’ve all come across work at home opportunities that ask for a fee, and a few of us have fallen for these scams – I know I have. I developed an entrepreneurial spirit early, and by the age of 18, I had spent money on a data entry and envelope stuffing job – both scams. […]

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