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The Born Freelancer Looks Back Over 4 Years – Part 1


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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments. One of the greatest joys of writing a regular column [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on Striving For Perfection

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.   I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the relationship [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer’s Resolutions on Essential Traits in 2015

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.  For this post I thought I would combine two ideas [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on Being a “Real” Freelancer

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.  I was talking to a freelance colleague of mine recently [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on Achieving “Ah Ha!” Solutions

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.    It sits there like a landslide, blocking your creative [Read the full article…]

After Foley: Supporting international freelancers

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On 9 September 2014, Columbia University’s Journalism school streamed “After James Foley: Covering Conflict When Journalists are Targets”. The conversation generated more than 900 tweets worldwide, with much focus on the unique risks to freelance reporters. CMG Freelance storifies the highlights.

The Born Freelancer on the Canadian Broadcast Museum Foundation, Part 2

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.    The Born Freelancer recently sat down with CBMF Executive [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on the Canadian Broadcast Museum Foundation, Part 1

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.    “If you don’t know where you’ve been, you’re never [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation — Part 2

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.   Several months ago I wrote about the new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation, known [Read the full article…]

The Born Freelancer on the Merits of Unplugging

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This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments.    This blog’s recent hiatus reminded me of the importance (to [Read the full article…]