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» The biggest mistake translators make about their own industry
By Oleg Semerikov | Published 04/22/2015 | Business Issues | Recommendation:
Most professional translators work extremely hard to improve at their craft, from attending training and seminars, reading voraciously and networking to even relocating to another country. But even expert translators are still guilty of harbouring one big misconception about the translation industry, and it’s not doing anyone any favours. What is this one big mistake? Simply put, it comes down to how you see yourself.
» Handling time off as a freelancer or sole trader
By Oleg Semerikov | Published 10/21/2015 | Getting Established | Recommendation:
Everyone needs a break once in a while. It’s an easy thing to forget when you’re in the freelancing mindset: always focused on the next deadline, conscious of the need to be responsive and attentive to your customers. And, of course, if you’re self-employed then there’s no such thing as a paid holiday. But none of this changes the fact that even a short break can be good for the soul – and, for that matter, it can be good for your work as well.
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