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Weekend Quick Tip: When to Expand

Do you need to take your time when expanding your freelance writing career? This is a great question. After all, you do not want to bite off more than you can chew too early in your career. But at the same time you do not want to pass up legitimate opportunities to take your career to the next level. As you can see, there is a fine line between knowing when to expand and not jumping ahead of yourself.

The first question to ask is: do I have time to take on more freelance writing work? If you are already working eight hour days the answer to this question may be no. But before you make this decision you need to consider every detail that is in front of you. For instance, you may not have a lot of time to take on more work but if the right project presents itself you will probably want to make room.

Next, will expanding hurt your current business? There is nothing wrong with taking on new freelance writing clients as long as you can continue to serve those who are currently working with you. Adding more projects to your to-do list will mean more time spent at your computer. But this is not always a bad thing because more projects usually mean more money.

As you can see, the way that you expand is up to you. Only you know how much time you have available, and whether or not adding new clients would cause any issues. Your main goal should be to work as efficiently as possible as to increase your client base and income without overloading yourself with too much work. 

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