Business plans, setting goals and getting things done
Setting a business plan sounds smart. Perhaps it’s not.
Social media can be an immensely useful tool for small businesses. Here’s our 7-step guide to getting the most from social media for your business.
Pitching for work can be tricky. But sometimes an unconventional approach can be successful.
Having reviewed some of the key components of a freelance contract it’s time to look at a couple of actual contracts. I’m not saying that these are the contracts you ought to use (I’m not a lawyer – you should get legal advice before signing a contract) but they’re examples of the sorts of contracts
When you complete a piece of work and deliver it to a client can you re-use it with another client? Or, can the client then use it over and over? Can they on-sell it? Can you resell it to another client? All of these questions have, at their heart, the basic principles of copyright, ownership
Here’s a quote from Australia’s richest person, Frank Lowy. “I don’t work for nothing. I’m entitled to get paid.” If making money is one of your working goals, then I think Lowy’s advice is worth remembering. Clearly, giving freebies isn’t a path to financial independence. When you work for free (volunteer, charitable work is the
Junkets, Gifts and Ethics
Establishing and documenting your code of ethics is important for protecting your professional reputation.