Below are the advantages and disadvantages of handling multiple clients:
No, this is not a magic trick. Your eyes are working just fine 🙂
They are all blank spaces because this will be our topic on our upcoming FLIP Chat & Chill show, and we don’t want to spoil the fun!
If you are an online freelancer, you are probably working with multiple clients at the same time, especially if you are only doing it part-time for at least one of them. If not, you are probably considering looking for additional clients, so you can earn more money, and practice more skills. But you might be hesitant because you’re worried about how this would affect your current job.
You’ve also probably heard of some high-earning freelancers working 60, 70, and sometimes even 80 hours per week because they have more than one full-time job. How can they do that, you might ask? Do they have time to rest and relax? Is it worth it?
This is not a discussion of whether it’s good or bad as each freelancer has their own strengths, skill sets, and strategies on how they will be able to handle their clients. Some types of jobs can be done while multitasking, while others require more focus.
Either way, there are some important considerations every freelancer should be aware of so they can be more effective in handling multiple clients, and doing multiple tasks.
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