Who cares about managing your online reputation?
There are three categories of people depending on their purpose of being on the Internet:
Entrepreneurs who promote themselves and their personal business through the Internet.
Their income depends on their reputation. And besides this, the image they create will attract the appropriate type of customers. Continue reading
Personal experience: how I struggle with procrastination in social networks. Without fanaticism and masochism
IMHO, the main harm of procrastination in social networks – endless paging of the tape, excessive viewing of entertaining pictures / videos, reading fray in the comments, etc. – the death of productivity. Especially if it all starts right from waking up, and you’re a freelancer.
A typical situation: you watch 1-2-3 videos on YouTube, then new posts in a couple of Telegram channels, then you stick in the VK feed and flood chat, and then half a day has passed. And although you have not earned a single ruble, you are already tired and want to relax. Continue reading
We talk about the brain, relaxation and effectiveness.
Rest less, keep up with everything, develop, build a career and be no worse than others – the main agenda on freelance forums and chats.
We joyfully pick up these beliefs, hammer on everything, dive headlong into work without days off and holidays for the sake of a lofty goal – to achieve the approval of others and compliance with the imposed stereotypes about a successful freelancer. Continue reading