Anyone Else's Workload Picking Up?

March 6, 2009
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Posted By Lost Corner on 3/5/2009 at 11:21 PM

During the past 5 weeks I've had an average of 1 new job each week. Though I know this is not a great accomplishment as far as business presence is concerned, it is definitely a step up from the past 5 months prior. I was doing 1 new job/month, if that, and now I have a slow and steady stream. Keep in mind this is in addition to the sub-contract work I do.

Another plus is that I now have 2 clients that have about 1 job/month to be done, and even 1 job every 2 weeks is possible. I'm not expecting things to last and keeping up the marketing, but the prospect of having something steady outside sub-contract work is nice.


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