4 things freelancers should say no to, every time

(Image credit: Shutterstock)

The gig economy is growing with many workers opting for the freedom and flexibility of freelancing rather than being committed to a single employer, working set hours, and having to make a daily commute to work. Most freelancers relish the chance to be their own boss and have greater control over their hours as well as being able to choose which clients to work with. There are some potential pitfalls to be aware of however, including how some clients may try to take advantage of you. To help you avoid costly mistakes, writer and entrepreneur Abdullahi Muhammed shares here the most common requests you should always say 'no' to.

[Read the full article on forbes.com] 

Ownership - A defining trait of a leader
The professional growth opportunity you're overloo...

Related Posts


By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to https://shapingtheodds.com/

Join Today!

  • #ShapingtheOdds is completely free to join and use, and community members buy into the pay-it-forward philosophy of openly sharing help, knowledge, ideas and advice to fellow community members. 

    Register below, or read more here!

  • We recommend that you register and log in using the Facebook button.