Navigating the Summer Months Slump as a Freelancer

Freelancers are no stranger to the summer month slump. The feeling of being stuck in a rut, going through the motions with little energy or motivation, you’re lacking new clients coming through the door,  and it can be tough to get out of this slump when you’re working on your own! But don’t worry! I’ve compiled some tried-and-true tips on how you can take control of your business. 

In this episode, you will learn: 

  • How to take control when things are slow 
  • What you should focus on when you have extra time 
  • Why decluttering is important
  • Why a slow season can be a good thing

 

Links Mentioned in this Episode: 

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Other Resources: 

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Navigating the Summer Months Slump as a Freelancer

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