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5 freelancing mistakes and how to avoid them

freelancing mistakes

Don’t Make These 5 Freelancing Mistakes We have to admit that a lot of freelancing careers end in a disaster due to mistakes. Mistakes do happen and you can chalk it up to experience. However, mistakes that happen often should never happen again. In fact there are common freelancing mistakes that freelancers do that cost them their jobs. Don’t fall for the common ... Read More »

Key Accounting Terminology for Freelancers

key accounting terminology for freelancers

Key Accounting Terminology for Freelancers, whether you are a freelance accountant helping out individuals or companies who are in need to get their account books in order or a small business owner, who is managing his business’ financial transactions and cash management all by himself along with handling other functions. There are some key accounting terms that are necessary for ... Read More »

A huge thank you to all of you from GD | Inspires

GD | Inspires

Five year ago today I rebranded my strategy consultancy, GD | Inspires The aim was to be a lot more focused and with clear objectives for future success with a view to this business being able to support not only me but also my family. Prior to GD | Inspires I had been freelancing and working for agencies with more of ... Read More »

A day in the life of a strategy consultant

strategy consultant

A day in the life of a strategy consultant I often get asked, mostly from family, ‘what is it you actually do?’ so, as I sit here pondering new pitch ideas I thought I’d write about a day in the life of a strategy consultant when working from home 07:00 Alarm goes off, fiancé gets up, gets ready for work ... Read More »

How a consultant can sell credibility

sell credibility

What does a consultant have to sell? His time? Well, not really. A strategy consultant might charge by the hour or might not. There are some strong arguments not to charge by the hour. But even if he does, it is not his time he is selling. A consultant sells expertise. Knowledge. Ability to apply his knowledge to a client’s ... Read More »