1. The act of demonstrating your talent, qualifications, achievements, and likelihood to succeed.
<br>Clients are the vehicle by which our work is put to use. So why do some of us view them with contempt? <br>
By John Caddell
No experience? No problem. Side projects and tailored applications can help overcome your lack of work history.
By Jenn Tardif
Bad news: studies show that creatives are often overlooked as leaders. Good news: the bias can be overcome.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
How does a small upstart take on bigger, more established players? By giving a damn. From the founders on down.
By The 99U Team
Think like an investor and keep your freelance pipeline filled with "blue chip" and long-shot clients.
By Sara Horowitz
<br>The author of <em>The 4-Hour Chef</em> on how he markets his work while keeping focused with the help of timers, old laptops, and an avoidance of public speaking.<br>
By Ariston Anderson
<br>What's the best way to grab someone's attention? A new study finds that potential has significantly more allure than accomplishment.<br>
By Christian Jarrett
<br>Launching a startup is probably one of the more irrational decisions you can make, so you better well give a damn.<br>
By Alexis Ohanian
To get great work, you have to get noticed. A curated collection of resumes and other self-promo pieces that break the mold and spark genuine interest.