If you're reading this post, you're in business for yourself. Most indie creatives are. You are an entrepreneur and you work for you. Therefore, you are responsible for just about every aspect of your business.
I am a screenwriter, actor, and ghostwriter (with a small job on the side at a bookstore). As an entrepreneur, I have to manage my books, track my mileage, invoice my clients, and market myself. Really, that's just a fraction of what I do.
I also have to establish boundaries with my clients and potential clients. If I don't, I end up frustrated and giving away my time. And after 8 years in business for myself, I am over giving myself away.
If this is you, and you struggle with establishing boundaries, the link below may give you the kick in the pants that you need to stop people from taking advantage of your time and talents...
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