Work-life balance can be a challenge when you’re the boss, and as I discussed in my post earlier this week, this time of year can ratchet up the pressure for freelancers. To help you finish up 2015 with a roar and start 2016 off right, I’ll be co-hosting a FREE work-life balance webinar on December 17 at 1 p.m., with my colleague Laura Poole of Archer Editorial, the author of a Dr. Freelance Advisor Guide on this critically important topic.
Why Should You Attend “Juggling on a High Wire: The Art of Work-Life Balance When You’re Self-Employed”?
- The 100% Q&A format lets you ask any question you’d like, from how to be more productive in your home office and managing non-work tasks, to navigating through emergencies and times you’re overworked—as well as tips for making best use of slow periods.
- You’ll get plenty of ideas on improving your own business from hearing the answers to other freelancers’ questions as well as your own.
- Have a question that you want to make sure we tackle? Just drop a line to doc (at) doctorfreelance (dot) com or through the “Ask the Doc” link in the right-hand column of this page.
- It’s free!
When Is It?
The 45-minute session will be held on December 17, 1 p.m. Eastern time. Note: The work-life Q&A webinar content will *not* be available after the session, so you must attend live.
How Do You Sign Up?
Reserve your spot at the webinar signup page, and you’ll receive the AnyMeeting instructions for the session.
What Attendees of Past Dr. Freelance Webinars Have Said
Thanks for your online webinar! I was inspired to cold-contact a few potential clients today, and it looks like one of them has already come through with an offer.
Really enjoyed the webinar. I spent much of yesterday researching and sending marketing emails. I got several positive replies back quickly, so I must be doing something right.
I just listened to your webinar on referrals and want to say thank you for explaining how to go through the process without feeling phony. Your point about timing is especially well taken. I’ll make this a natural part of my business from now on!