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Daniel_R says

Hello creative people! I hope you all are doing well.

As a businessman I decided to post some tips I’ve found on my journey that may serve you guys in your own. These are principles that offer a profound and practical advice solutions on how to do good for your clients, employees, company, etc in the process of resolving each problem.

These principles makes me (and my company) prosper and it’s my responsibility to share them to others. I can not keep them to myself.

I hope this wisdom may help you become a better freelancer, businessman (businesswoman). Have a good day.

Principle 1: Teamwork

Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil

A threefold cord is not quickly broken

I often like to say “The more strands it has, the stronger the rope” In the world of business, a team of people gains strength because everyone excess their effort. When many specialist work together as a team with a singular focus, each making a specific contribution, your efforts as a company is able to realize significant sinergy. This combine effort produces otherwise unnatainable results.

Usually I found freelancers that have great ideas but they want to implement these ideas by themselves. We, creative people, think this way as we one the 100% of the proifts/results the idea may produce but as I learned from this principle, Teamwork, I’m always looking for the most talented people to become part of my team. Working with this team has bring my company outstanding results / profits.

Not everyone wants to be a team player as some have their own agenda one that doesnt go along with team objectives. Your role is to identify those who share the same vision / objectives you have.

Where to find good team players?

1. Your friends

2. Forums (like FlashDen, Videohive and others)

3. At school

4. At your job

Final Words

It’s always so hard to start something because the fear of the unknown and the high risk involve. If you have any idea that may fill a need (like a product, website, service, etc) you may join forces with a friend and learn from the experience of developing it.

Remember: If two lie together, they keep warm; but how can one keep warm alone?

Have good day!

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vibes35 Reviewer says

+1 Thanks for sharing that fine wisdom :)

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Daniel_R says
+1 Thanks for sharing that fine wisdom :)

your welcome Vibes!!

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ChristineWilde Reviewer says

Definitely words of wisdom there Daniel! Thanks a lot! :smug:

I’m wanting to go full freelance. I would like to find a reliable developer for my web projects because it’s not really cost effective for me to do everything.

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Daniel_R says
Definitely words of wisdom there Daniel! Thanks a lot! :smug: I’m wanting to go full freelance. I would like to find a reliable developer for my web projects because it’s not really cost effective for me to do everything.

Christine,

I’m always hiring talented people as freelancers to colaborate on different client projects, could you shoot me an email to dr[at]zonadearte.org and tell me more on what do you do?

I can recommend some web developers as well, they both are from TF

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NechitaPaulFlavius says

A very nice post Daniel, very inspiring indeed.I am looking for a nice team to work with too.

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MatthiasAndre Reviewer says

Thanks for sharing Daniel! That is some good advice.

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Daniel_R says

thank you all..will share more tips in the future… ;)

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