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Most of us have a long to-do list, and we also have long-term goals for a career. Even if you get busy, don’t let a day go by without working on the latter.
When I took on my first client, I had no idea how to set my freelance rate. Asking for too much would make me seem greedy and asking for too little would leave me overworked and underpaid. It has taken a couple of years, but I’ve finally come up with a system to set a rate that is best for me and my client.