As a freelancer, it is in your interest to clearly spell out the terms of service each time you take on a project or client. Not only does this protect you should your clients turn out to be shady or dishonest, it also keeps everyone involved on the same page, and makes for a seamless vendor-client relationship.
Working from home in your sweatpants might be the dream, but is it really all that it’s cracked to be? In this post we look at the benefits of working from home and compare it to an alternative: coworking spaces.
Every business needs paying customers to survive and thrive, so treating your customers well is definitely the wise thing to do. This is important because, not only do happy customers keep coming back, they are also more likely to spread the word about your business and tell their friends about you. And we all know that word of mouth is the best kind of marketing.
We tend to believe that creativity is only possessed by a select few and can only be found in specific fields such as the arts and in the entertainment industry. This is certainly not the case. In this post, we’ll explore four simple ways you can prime your mind and get your creative juices flowing:
We're talking about actual nightmare clients. The ones who cause your blood pressure rise when you have dealings with them.
You can't make those kinds of clients go away completely, unfortunately, but you can learn to identify who is likely to turn out to be a nightmare client even before you sign them on. Whether you decide to work with them or not, will then be a choice you can make.
In 2016, Chinedu Onyeaso and Emeka Akano pitched Jara.ng, the startup they co-founded at CapitalSquare's Demo day. They had built a Minimum Viable Product and wanted feedback from our community. Since then, they've worked tirelessly build on their product and expand their subscriber base. They share their journey and experience building a starttup from the ground up, here.
Everyone knows how important networking is for success, still we all struggle with doing it right. For some, the idea of talking to new people is downright terrifying. Others struggle with finding the best way to approach others, without coming across as fake or self-serving.
I've put together some simple, but effective tips that'll make things a little easier in this post
The TBCA VAIDS tour will be at CapitalSquare Lekki and CapitalSquare Ikoyi on the 2nd and 5th of March respectively, to provide information and answer any questions you may have about the VAIDS scheme.
VAIDS is the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme created by the Federal Government to allow tax defaulters regularize their tax status relating to previous tax periods.
It's a new year, and many of us have resolved to be more productive at work. We've purchased journals, downloaded apps and maybe even taken a productivity/time management course. But what if the answer to your time management and productivity problems is good 'ole discipline?
We’ve all got ideas that we’ve been toying with for ages, but before you leap right into implementing said idea, a little clarity on how to proceed is always a good thing. If you’ve finally decided to ‘just do it’, this 5-question checklist will serve as a handy guide.
For many entrepreneurs, it has become somewhat of a badge of honour to never slow down or make time for self-care. If you spend enough time on Instagram, especially those pages dedicated to motivational quotes, you must have come across quotes like ‘grind while they sleep’ and ‘hustle seven days a week’.
But is endless hustling and grinding really the key to success?
Every worthwhile achievement in work and in life requires the ability to persevere in its pursuit. While talent, skill, and opportunity are important, refusing to let challenges and setbacks deter you from pursuing your goals is key.