This time last year I was dealing with some major anxiety and depression when it came to my role as a freelancer. It was hard for me to keep clients for long periods of time because I was always in fear of failure and just all around not in a place for people to depend on me.
After a while, though, I had to snap out of that feeling if I wanted freelancing to work for me. I still suffer from those bouts of overwhelm every blue moon, but I have come up with ways to combat those feelings and become a better freelancer in the process.
Here are five things I do to battle overwhelm as a freelancer.
Yay! You are ready to take your Upwork profile up a notch! I’m so excited for you! I know that Upwork can be a confusing, hot mess, so I decided to help you decode a few things with a Q&A. I hope that this article will help decode Upwork for you and answer some of your burning questions about the platform. Let’s get started!
Note: Some of these questions were submitted, while some of them I created. I needed more Qs, y’all!
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