People have a need they can’t fulfill via the staff they currently have, so they contact a freelancer to do the work and then disappear.
This is great for everyone involved, because the freelancer doesn’t have to go to work at somebody’s office every day, and the client doesn’t have to pay for days when the freelancer isn’t working. Continue reading “Restructuring My Career”
ok… 😀 Forget the numbers this time. This episode of The Profit illustrates what I’ve been telling people for at least a decade already, which is that your online persona HAS TO BE as close to your offline persona as possible. Continue reading “The Profit S05 E06 Rayjus”
I know people whose brains work in a strange way where they love to… In fact, I think they CAN NOT HELP nitpicking your sentences because their worldview is more important to…. Because their worldview naturally overrides in their brain what you’re trying to tell them.
They just can’t listen and STFU until you get your entire point across.
This means that you either have to keep stopping your sentence to accommodate their worldview to their satisfaction, or you just ignore what they said and keep talking about what you wanted to tell them.
Keeping stopping is annoying and worthless and the constant interruptions are badgering and mental.
Ignoring them causes them to get mad that you’re ignoring them and keep asking you about the same nonsense until you don’t want to talk to them at all and don’t give a damn about offering them the education they would have gotten if they knew how to have a damned conversation. Continue reading “The Rings Of Conversational Hades”