FLIP Chat & Chill: The Negative Side of Freelancing (and ways to counterattack)
When you are planning to go mountain-climbing, you are probably excited about the amazing sense of accomplishment you would feel once you've reached the top. If you are wise, you're also probably going to prepare yourself for the worst.
Freelancing has a lot of perks:
– decent income
– no traffic
– more savings
– quality time with family
– no office politics
– and more!
These are all good and exciting stuff for the aspiring freelancer, but if you are seriously considering working freelance, you need to be prepared for the negative side of it as well.
There are pros and cons to freelancing and that's the truth. We can't avoid the fact but we can be better prepared to counterattack if we are aware.
Can you name some of the disadvantages of working from home?
We have a few things on our list that are related to the following areas:
We'd love to have you join the discussion and share your own thoughts and personal experiences related to the topic.
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.