Pros and Cons of Handling Multiple Clients Part 2

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Malamig ang simoy ng hangin…

Can you feel it? It’s the first week of December, and Christmas is in the air!

Sarap mag-chill kasama ng pamilya at mahal sa buhay. Pero dahil ilang weeks ka pa maghihintay para mag celebrate ng Pasko, chillax ka na muna with your FLIP and VA Bootcamp friends.

Let’s chat and chill with Anna, Phoenix, and some guest freelancing LODIs as we continue the discussion from last week: Pros and Cons of Handling Multiple Clients.

Why is this important?

1. More clients means more money (at least for most freelancers). More jobs means more pay.

2. More clients means more experience. Every job you take allows you to master an existing skill or practice a new one.

3. More clients means more stress. We’re not saying that stress is an advantage or benefit. What we’re saying is that we need to be aware of your stress levels because this will affect your health, productivity, and effectiveness.

Watch the replay here so you know the Pros and Cons of Handling Multiple Clients, then you’ll have a better chance of succeeding as an online freelancer.

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Jason Dulay

Jason Dulay

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.

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