I’ve been avoiding to write lately. And the reason was that I was afraid of what people would think of me. And when I mean “people”, I mean people I know like my parents, former coworkers, friends, …
When 2017 began, I couldn’t see how it could end on a positive note but here I am at the very last day of 2017:
After three days of formatting (Thank you Davidson ❤), the paperback version of my book First I Was Naive is now available on Amazon for purchase 🙂
I’ve been pushing myself too hard lately to make things work in some aspects of my life that now I’m having a burnout 🙁
Back in 2015, I remember reading a looooot of articles about “how to be successful?”. (I had this weird obsession about successful entrepreneurs… lol) There were many “secrets” like doing meditation, waking up early in the morning or journaling.
Last time I posted here was on March 23, 2017 (OMG!)
Last week, I answered one question from Hessam Shekhasany about the benefits of working as a freelancer instead of getting a regular job. Today, I answer his second question, about creating a team to develop websites instead of working alone.
More and more professionals all around the world are considering the possibility of becoming freelancers. But is it really a good option? Isn’t it better to have a regular job? Why become a freelancer?
Have you been dreaming about this crazy idea of creating your own business, but can’t get started because you’re too scared to take action?
Do you find it difficult to become a self-confident person? Are you working to improve your self-confidence but don’t know if it can be done?