Do you ever think about all the things you have to do well to make a sale. Whether you’re selling a product, a service, or both, it takes a lot to get a potential client or customer to hand over their credit card information or hand you some cash.
How do you get your clients to understand that their website is an investment? How do you get them to see their site as more than something they pay for only once and then leave alone?
Will the web design industry become extinct? Will it one day no longer exist? If you’re currently a freelance web designer, will there come a day soon when there’s less work for you, or worse, none at all?
How do you manage to be productive working from home when there are so many things to distract you? How do you motivate yourself to work hard when the tv is a room away or the phone is ringing? How do you stay on schedule with projects when the kitchen needs cleaning and there seems to be an endless amount of things to pull your focus away from your work?
I recently heard someone say that you don’t get to do your best work for clients. Is it true? Can you not do your best work for clients? How exactly do you define and know what your best work is?