What is your definition of “successful”? Is it being famous? Is it having so much money you will never need to choose, but can do and get whatever you want? If so, you are not alone. Many people have this definition of what it means to be successful. If your definition is something else you are […]
Freelancing & Life in general
Thoughts and ideas that pop up, that I need to get out of my system. Mainly about freelancing, feeling well while doing it, and building a life on my own terms.
There is an endless supply out there of great looking, cool WordPress themes, one more advanced than the other. Some even enables non-coders to build their own site without writing a single line of code. Well, at least it seems like it since the code is then generated automatically. There is also a huge supply of not […]
Compared to others who do what you do, rank yourself on: reputation, knowledge, expertise, tools, handiness. Reputation – could be better, I am scared of putting myself out there so not many people know of me. Knowledge – could always improve, the more I learn, the more I learn how much left there is to learn. Expertise […]
Things that aren’t the thing. Things like timeliness, confidence, respect, a story, etc. To my client I deliver A possibility to leverage the power of the web to reach their business goals and solve problems. A clear sense of direction that helps their business, not only their website. A place online built with the client, and […]
What do people buy when they buy something from you? Expertise in web development and web design. Creativity and coming up with the special solution for every client’s unique circumstances and audience. The opportunity to develop a long-term business relationship based on mutual trust and gratitude right from the get go. For the client that want to […]
Part I What do you want to do? (Not your job, but your work, now, tomorrow, and in the future)* I want to inspire people to see through the mental clutter and find what they really want show that anything is possible continuously challenge assumptions, mainly my own, as well as the status quo continuously expanding […]