If you asked me to describe myself, I'd start with Luke's mom and follow it up quickly with Auntie. Between my siblings and cousins, I have a bunch of little people in my life. And they just make everything better, don’t they? Holidays are way more fun, let’s face it. And a simple walk can turn into apologizing to people walking around you on the sidewalk because your kid found about 100 ants attacking a leftover sandwich. (I speak from experience.) Well, my brother’s 4-year old boy is one of those great, little kids.
You just finished your intro call with a new client. They want you to send over an invoice and a contract for a quick esignature. You agree, and once you hang up, the panic sets in. "How do I do that??"
A few years ago, as a new freelancer, I had this exact experience. When I first got started, I made the grave error of working without contracts. (Don't do this.)
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I built my biz around my introverted tendencies.
I heard a ton of feedback in the comments and on Facebook.
The thing that resonated the most with people was what I wrote about accountability.