Make Your Own Way ? 5 tips to a Life Without Full-Time Employment

Develop a network of complementary skilled trades. No matter what you do, there are always pieces of the job that you can’t do well.

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Develop a network of complementary skilled trades. No matter what you do, there are always pieces of the job that you can’t do well. I write and consult, but I have a close network of programmers and developers, graphic designers, business consultants, and others. I know that I can’t do everything and I’m prepared to put together a team that can. A true team of experts. You need to be able to do this, too. Half-assing your way thru a job, doing things outside your skill sets, might mean you’ll get one job, but you won’t get the next.

Randy Murray

A nice article with 5 “little” tips to go self-employed … the one quoted here has been flipping in my mind for two years now, and applied – with success – from a bunch on friends of mine… Food for thoughts!
 

Author: kOoLiNuS

♂, Italian, male, husband, dad of a wonder, “cazzaro”, friendly, blogger, motorcyclist, geek, avid reader, sysadmin, ICT consultant, curious. I come in peace… I'm an active social networker since 1999. I've been using WordPress sice 2004 and WordPress.com since 2006, and I'm currently involved in WordPress and WooCommerce communities in Bari, Apulia.

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