As a freelancer, remote worker, or female entrepreneur, your most precious and prized space is probably your home office. But let’s face it, oftentimes you just need to get out of your home and interact in the real world. Being a female entrepreneur can be a lonely business sometimes, so it’s both healthy and fun to get outside and do some work out of your normal environment. Enter co-working space. There has been a huge influx of co-working and shared working spaces popping up all over London.
More and more career driven women are beginning to ditch their 9 to 5 job and look for alternative ways to make a living. Freelancing can give you a unique level of freedom where you can choose when and where you work, and to some extent, who you work with. However, it’s also notoriously insecure and can be very stressful. So if you’re looking to launch a new freelance career, here are a few tips to help ease you in.
Networking brings with it huge potential for building contacts within your industry, and of course, bringing on board new clients. But learning how to manage those new business contacts and truly nurture them into future clients is something that female entrepreneurs and freelancers often struggle with.