The Top Ten: October’s Best Posts from WorkAwesome & FreelanceSwitch
Each month we round up the best posts from WorkAwesome and FreelanceSwitch so that you can catch up on anything awesome you might have missed. Pay extra attention to the Global Freelancers Survey–with only a few days left, the clock is ticking on the opportunity to win an iPad and prizes from MOO Business Cards and the Envato Marketplaces!
Does it take you longer than you’d like (or require) to get going at the start of your day? Oleg Morkhov offers some ideas on how to get some spring in your step first thing so you can make the most of your morning.
There used to be a time when one would stick with a job for years upon years. Those days are over – new opportunities pop up more often than ever before and goals and objectives are more likely to change for the average worker. But how do you know when your time at an employer has come? WorkAwesome regular contributor Susan Johnston discusses ways to determine when that moment arrives.
Sometimes emotions get the better of us. A client or coworker sends you an email that drives you over the edge. But before you draft up a nasty response, take a look at why Melanie Brooks concludes that you should think twice before pressing “send”.
Your email is out of control, isn’t it? Perhaps it might not be right now, but there’s always that chance unless you’ve got a method of handling your inbox on an ongoing basis. Joshua Riddle breaks down the basics of managing your email that you can put into practice today.
This article by Richard Newman suggests that procrastinating may actually be a reward to yourself – and that not all rewards add up to positive results.