Anthony Caruana

Author's details

Name: Anthony Caruana
Date registered: August 13, 2010
URL: http://www.journoadvice.com

Latest posts

  1. Three steps to becoming a great writer — May 30, 2015
  2. Be fearless – but learn from mistakes — April 12, 2015
  3. Explore and take every opportunity — March 31, 2015
  4. Getting stuck in the upgrade cycle — November 7, 2014
  5. Five things to do when the work dries up — September 18, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Should a freelancer ever refuse a job? — 9 comments
  2. Is self-publishing a book a wise move? — 7 comments
  3. Time Management – Biting off more than you can chew — 6 comments
  4. Overcoming the loneliness of freelancing — 6 comments
  5. Setting a pay-rate — 6 comments

Author's posts listings

May 30

Three steps to becoming a great writer

Being a good writer isn’t about innate ability. Everyone can be a good writer with practice. Here are my three essential steps to becoming a great writer.

Apr 12

Be fearless – but learn from mistakes

A comment to a recent post here and a post on LinkedI summarise a key element of the success I’ve managed as a freelancer.

Mar 31

Explore and take every opportunity

Last week, the editor of one of my long-time clients, Australian Macworld tendered his resignation. This is not all that unusual as people do move between jobs. As Australian Macworld has been a long-term client I saw an exciting opportunity looming.

Nov 07

Getting stuck in the upgrade cycle

As a freelancer, you probably don’t have time to keep updating your phone, tablet and computer every few months. Aside from the time, there’s the risk involved in upgrading your equipment. Sometimes, features are changed, compatibility with critical applications is broken and, from time to time, the upgrade process breaks leaving you in a lurch.

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Sep 18

Five things to do when the work dries up

The last month has brought me a challenge that, until now, I’d not had to deal with in my freelance business. Several jobs that were booked with regular, reliable clients were cancelled meaning that my work and financial planning were¬†laid to waste.

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