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In my ongoing efforts to set up more effective tools for managing my business, I finally embraced “the spreadsheet.”
I have always struggled to visualize the “big picture” scheduling for a web design project. I use Basecamp to set milestones, make to-dos, and mark deadlines… but it doesn’t help me effectively estimate timeframes, and plan for realistic, achievable milestones. Basecamp is sufficient for smaller projects, where both myself and the client were often flexible with dates and structure, but in order to start being more effective with my time on larger-scale projects, I needed a system.Read More
A curious thing happened to me recently.
I had two different clients come to me within a very short window of each other: Let’s call them Client A and Client B. Both were exceptionally friendly and kind in their emails.