It’s a very different world, so different, in fact, that I have to weigh each and every trip for the time it will take away from the connectivity. Conventions often mean that I’ll be slow to respond to business contacts and I’ll get behind on the projects I already have lined up. Instead of being something that generates work, conventions have become something that interfere with work.
Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Online Networking 2 (Networking Part Eight) Kristine Kathryn Rusch I had a great week this past week. Because I knew I’d be finishing a novel, which is always a period of great airheadedness for me (more than usual), and because I knew I was heading into a part of the networking topic I felt completely inadequate […]
Artwork donated by Pati Nagle. The Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Online Networking (Networking Part Seven) Kristine Kathryn Rusch When Carolyn Nicita asked me to discuss networking way back in February, she reminded me that I had missed a major topic in the Freelancer’s Guide. I also knew that the networking section would have a lot of posts. I didn’t realize, however, that I’d still be writing […]