Marge cooking up that blue goodness: Breaking Bad meets The Simpsons.
The things you find at 4AM…
"You can’t let it go to the judges." - That line put my work ethic on notice! #KnockEmOut
Sometimes, amidst the stress of multiple converging deadlines and the endless hustle to obtain new clients, it can be hard to remember why we chose to become self-employed in the first place. It’s all too easy for freelancers to focus on “clients from hell” and the daily little frustrations that we encounter.
We forget why self-employment is awesome.
But fear not — in this post it is my intention to remind you exactly why being self-employed is so much better than working for someone else.
Great article from Bidsketch!
After consulting for a client for over 30 hours (a fact that was laid out in the contract), I submitted my invoice. A day later I got an email about how they weren’t “liable for the invoice I have sent,” because they were working with someone else that had a better price. They also insulted my…
Go to the site and read what this client did. Don’t be that Christian… smh
When I’m trying to meet a deadline to get a cut out the door to finishing
"People can do a lot more than they actually think. It just takes stepping out there." —Josh Greenwood, is a professional slackliner. He says that the secret to success is confidence and trust in his abilities, both the result of extensive training. Anything less will result in failure.
Watch him walk the slackline. He’s mesmerizing.
"confidence and trust in his abilities…" still suck at that.
When I devise and successfully execute a plan to get everything done and leave early on a friday night
Jesus Christ is always unyielding to my claim to my right to myself. The one essential element in all our Lord’s teaching about discipleship is abandon, no calculation, no trace of self-interest.