Freelancing has its thrills. It’s a chance to break away from the typical corporate way of life, to work on projects that speak to your unique skills and talent, and all this with a lot of flexibility and work-life balance, too. Many professionals, today, are open to taking up freelance projects when they move out of full-time jobs and are looking to explore their options. Some just like the idea of making a few extra bucks as a remote project resource. And many times, it just so happens that those who start out with just a few projects end up realizing that the amount of work this way is enough to make freelancing and contractual projects a decent full-time thing.
But whether it’s you who has chosen the life of a remote project contributor or a freelancer, or that it’s chosen you, the only way to become successful as a resource-for-hire is to know what you are up against. Continue reading