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Posts from the ‘Good Advice’ Category

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Good Advice #8: How to Negotiate a Raise

Ever wanted to negotiate a raise in your day job or with a client and not known what to say? This week’s Good Advice column is for you!

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Must Read Resources for Freelancers

So you’re ready to jump into the thrill of freelancing and wanna know where to start?  Here are a few of my favorite posts to get you started and a couple of resources you can add to your must read & watch lists.

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Good Advice #7: The Art of Editing a Contract

This week’s Good Advice post comes from the Practical Skills Department — you’ve got a contract and you know what changes you want, so how do you get those changes made?

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How to Be A Successful Freelancer

For Emerald City Comic Con this year, George Rohac (Director of Operations at Oni Press, Freelance Guru, Wizard) and I got the band back together.

We put together a panel about the things we think you need to be a successful freelancer. And because we want to spread the news far and wide, I’m publishing all of the tips, tricks and secrets as this week’s post.

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Good Advice #6: Dealing With Bullies

This week’s question is a tough one.  Dealing with bullies is frustrating, emotionally draining, and when you work for yourself, sadly common.  But that doesn’t mean you have to put up with it.

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