We are now in the second quarter of 2014 (and, in the UK, it’s now the start of the new tax year) so it’s probably a good time to reflect on what happened in your freelance business between the beginning of January and the end of March.
Take out your list of goals you want to achieve for 2014. How much progress have you made towards achieving them?
Don’t worry if you haven’t much all that much headway yet, you still have nine months to go until the end of this year.
TIP 1: Just make sure you take one action today towards achieving the first goal on your list. And another action tomorrow, and so on…
Have you achieved the income targets you set yourself? If so, congratulations! If not, do you know what the reason might be? It might be because something was out of your control, such as the client decided to cancel the project, or they took the work in-house, or you were off sick for a couple of weeks and couldn’t earn anything.