“Remember nobody is hiring you because you can design, write, market or code… they’re hiring you because they have a business problem. Your service (in their mind and yours) provides the solution to that problem, so focus on that rather skill-jargon, buzzwords and vague lists of qualifications” - Liam Veitch (freelancelift.com/1m-freelancer-book)
Finding another way to pay the bills? Or just love the freedom that comes along with practising freelancing?
The world has changed. We are living in an entirely different era. Who might have thoughts that the bricks and mortar business model would be changed to the bricks and clicks model. Yes, everyone is going online. Online business has the following 5 additional advantages that physical businesses don’t-
The hardest part after getting a job offer is to decide whether to accept it or not. Assessing the perks, package offered, growth pace, etc, is vital before accepting or rejecting an offer. Thus, proper evaluation and negotiation is required, according to John Lees (author of the novel ‘ The Success Code’ ) an employer gets psychologically committed to you upon extending the job offer, therefore giving you the leverage to contour your job description and tweak the perks and salary package. No job offer can be perfect, the biggest part of evaluation calls for the trade offs you are willing to make in terms of personal growth and development, variety of work being offered, financial stability, firstly we shall discuss about the principles to remember before applying for a job and after getting a job offer, followed by some tips and tricks to assess a job offer