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Trust, or the lack thereof it, makes and breaks more deals and relationships than anything else. If it could be [more]

You think it’s just a rough patch and things will get better. That your boss will suddenly realise how much [more]

Can you imagine if people spoke to you in real life in the same manner and style they write web [more]

The reasons to go freelance are indisputable. It’s technologically possible, much better for your health and bank balance, not to [more]

Over the past few months, work has been tedious and energy-sapping, everyone around me has been seemingly fighting against me, [more]

Entry 1: 6.55am: Wake up, snooze alarm, drift back asleep while scrolling Twitter. Wake again, turn off alarm. Lie in [more]

Ask someone what coworking is and they’ll no doubt shoot back something like “working from a shared office space with [more]

Until I read David Graeber’s essay, On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs, I thought all my previous jobs qualified for [more]

Enough has been said about how great remote working is. We know it can broaden your talent pool, save you money, [more]

If you drop ship pyjamas via Amazon FBA, run a beauty haul Youtube channel, flip websites, develop mobile productivity apps, [more]

There’s a multi-limbed, polydextrous being in Buddhism known as Kannon that’s one of the most widely worshipped divinities in Asia and Japan. [more]

Waking up at the crack of dawn to spend your day in a dull, grey office building. Putting in 50-hour [more]

As if just waking up from a hazy dream and shaking off the grogginess of FOMO, we’ve finally decided to [more]

Nice view, but not a great place for working It’s 9am. I’m sitting outside a lakeside cafe in Mayan Village [more]

Unlike the Pat Flynns’, Brian Clarks’, and Tim Ferriss’ of days gone by, very few people or brands will ever [more]

LinkedIn is unique among big social networks as it is the only one to have single-handedly dominated its market. After [more]

When I quit the 9-5, I also quit interviews, meetings, small talk, deadlines (for the most part), and above all, [more]

The way we consume stories is radically changing. Today we’re less inclined to spend weeks or months engaged in epic [more]

On 25th May 2018, GDPR will come into force. As both providers and users of digital services, its compliance is [more]

A few decades ago, freelancing was somewhat of a rare and ballsy profession reserved for well-established designers or writers that had [more]