19 Aug '13, 9am

WARNING: Freelancing is not for everyone!

WARNING: Freelancing is not for everyone!

When you write code that is efficient and powerful, explain as much to the client in vocabulary that they will understand; something like, “I changed the application so that it can perform × task at twice the speed.” Remember that your clients will likely not be developers and that in the freelancing game communication skills are often more important than programming skills. Be aware of yourself, be realistic in your expectations of yourself, be humble yet straightforward, and understand that if you truly believe in yourself, selling becomes easy. You are just being honest when you say to someone, “I’m good at what I do.”

Full article: http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2010/10/26/successful-...

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