On 2 June 2020 I was privileged to host the #ContentClubUK Twitter chat which takes place every Tuesday at 11am. [See below for more about ContentClubUK.]
This blog post (1) summarises what I picked up as the key theme of the chat, and (2) provides links to some of the many resources that came up in response to my three questions.
Apologies to #ContentClubUK attendees whose suggestions or resources do not appear in this post due to space constraints: there were a lot, and I couldn’t be exhaustive. Still I’ve tried to cover as many as possible.
I am delighted to use this blog post to introduce myself as a follow-up to our Prism-Clarity autumn newsletter. [If you haven’t signed up for our newsletter click the link here to find out more: you can subscribe at the bottom of the page.] Now feels like as good a time as any to write this blog. I have completed my three-month probation with Prism-Clarity and am looking to the future.
Oscar Wilde famously quipped that to lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.
Can Wilde’s witty maxim can be applied to freelance businesses, and the inevitable fact that our hard-won clients don’t stick around forever?
We spend so much time, capital and emotional energy finding and maintaining those precious relationships. How bad really is it when the hard-won clients – the golden icons of our professional life – move on?
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