Advances in technology, the increase in co-working spaces and the growing popularity of remote working are allowing more people take up freelancing instead of regular employment. While the prospect of being your own boss—with the freedom to choose the projects you work on and the flexibility of creating your own schedule—may seem appealing, there are some major pitfalls you need to avoid. "Freelancing has a learning curve, and it can be perilously steep," warns Michael Stover. Here, he shares some top tips for navigating the challenges and steering a course for success as a freelancer.
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