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Greg is the founder of strategy consultancy GD | Inspires and spends his days strategising for various design agencies and clients around the world - see more at http://gdinspires.com. He is also a prolific entrepreneur having launched Strat-Talking.com - a website aimed at giving advice and insight to new, existing and veteran freelancers as well as commenting on all things strategic as well as acquiring CreativeAgencyFreelancing.com for designers. Feel free to email him at: greg@gdinspires.com or follow on Twitter @CAFreelancing.

How To Select Perfect Freelancer?

How To Select Perfect Freelancer

Freelancers are people who are different from the full timers. The freelancers can work from a suitable corner of their house whereas the full time employees do an office based job. However the freelancers can be both full time and part timer but they never have to do an in house job. How the selection of a freelancer done? Since ... Read More »

How freelancers/consultants negotiate

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Most consultants hate negotiations because they lack self-confidence. Not everyone can become a master negotiator overnight, and although it might be difficult to believe, both consultants and freelancers can negotiate a deal as long as they’re willing to learn. People who work on their own don’t know much about negotiations, and therefore they end up with offers that don’t necessarily ... Read More »

A 12-step process to negotiate a salary without fear

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Negotiating a salary is never easy, and whether we like it or not, most of us hate negotiations because we’re afraid someone will take advantage of our weaknesses. Every time we feel that we’re being put in an unpleasant situation, we have the habit of assuming the other party is not taking us seriously. As far as salary negotiations are ... Read More »

A Getting Started Guide to Better Office Productivity

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When your business relocation is complete, the office movers and packers have been, and gone, you’re presented with the perfect opportunity to streamline your workplace, and dramatically increase office productivity before the dust has even settled. Tiny changes can spawn big results; results that are harder to achieve in a static, established office. There are three basic categories of change: ... Read More »

5 Reasons why professionals will be switching to freelancing careers in 2014

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5 reasons why you should switch from employee to freelancer More professionals are deciding to ditch traditional employment in favour of a freelancing career. The number of freelancers in Europe has skyrocketed in recent years, increasing from under 6.2 million in 2004 to 8.9 million in 2013.This radical growth in the industry marks a shift in working attitudes and employment ... Read More »

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