It doesn't happen often but it does happen sometimes. I get presented to a freelance project that I need to decline. I might not have time or it is simply not a match.
Here are some ways to say no to a customer without burning any bridges.
Getting those first clients as a freelancer can seem very difficult. In this blog post, I share how I got my first projects.
It took me a long time and a lot of confidence to take the leap and go from employee to freelancer. The quotes and sayings below served as guiding stars to make the transition easier.
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