When I first got laid off from my full time job I panicked. That is, until someone convinced me that freelancing could be a very lucrative business for me. This career path has allowed me to build skills I would have never learned otherwise. I’ve also managed to double the salary that I was making at my full-time job.
So what’s the catch?
The burnout rate is high and rapidly growing. If you don’t have stellar organizational skills and a business strategy (because this is your business), it’s easy to lose control over your budding empire. Contracts will be lost, you’ll damage your reputation and soon you will stop booking jobs altogether.
Here’s the good news!
There’s tons of apps perfect for freelancers
These apps will become the catalyst to your next level. Lucky for you, I love sharing! I swear by these six apps and I think you should too.
My entire life is saved in Evernote. Let’s hope they never crash and burn. Whether is basic notes or research for a client, Evernote is the best information tracker ever known to a freelancer. You can access your notes across ALL your devices, while you are on the go and in real time. Never forget an important piece of information again.