Freelancing and the consequences of the comfort zone (Part 1)

Original posted on Medium. A few years ago I was working for a medium-sized software company with huge ambitions. It was a very exciting adventure and I've got to participate in the development of a massive software suite that big car manufacturing companies would use. I was all in, it…

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Discipline

Today I wanted to write about surely the one of the hardest thing about freelancing. Discipline In the last months, I've been having a hard time getting fixed work schedules. Sometimes I was working early, sometimes at night, sometimes in the afternoon. It was messy and it fucked with my…

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Just Ship It

I have been thinking a lot lately about "the right moment". That place in time where everything is just okay for release, every feature has been nailed and everybody is ready to welcome that awesome and ambitious application. When every milestone is done and finalized for production. All you have…

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First month++

It all goes too fast. Trust me. Last time I wrote here, was when I got my first satisfied client and since then so much stuff happened. I often read about startups and freelancer, they all say that there's a lot of surprises to be discovered, a lot of problems…

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One satisfied customer

I'd simply like to share this one little thing with the whole world right now: Hey Tommy, I like what you did for one of the report. Great, keep up the good work! This for me is worth a million bucks. This means I've made the right choices, and that…

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First week

Here's a bit of context: It's been almost two years I had this ambition. The ambition to be finally become my own boss, live from what I believe. I didn't know what to build, but I always knew that I wanted to build something great that would help people. Last…

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