Customer Spotlight - Interview with Jesse Lore - Founder of LORE Australia
In honour of Indigenous Business Month, we sat down with Jesse Lore: long-time Rounded user and founder of LORE Australia, an Indigenous-owned health and wellness company using Australian native bio-foods.
Toxic client behaviour: How to spot it and deal with it before it does harm
What do you do when a client is late paying invoices? Or calling you on the weekends? Or just generally being a jerk? Rebekah Lambert of Freelance Jungle weighs in with her advice on dealing with toxic client behaviour.
How to be a translator in Australia, according to an expert
Nancy Guevara has worked as a translator for nearly 20 years in Australia. She recently sat down for an interview with Rounded to give some important insights for anyone who may be considering this freelance career.
Expert tips for running a successful business as a virtual assistant
If you’re considering a career as a freelance virtual assistant, then Ingrid Bayer is someone to watch. She’s the founder of the VA Institute, which provides resources, training, and coaching to budding virtual assistants. Ingrid sat down for an interview to share her advice for anyone interested in being a VA.
The best communities to help freelancers combat isolation
The best communities to help freelancers combat isolation Working from the comfort of your home is a good way of keeping your expenses down and minimising interruptions. But it's a double-edged sword: you can end up feeling secluded and craving that simple water cooler conversation. The key is finding your community.
Need a break? 5 tips for freelancers who want to go on holiday
Freelancers don’t get PTO like they would at a traditional office job. But taking a break is essential for your mental well-being and the health of your business. Here are 5 tips you can use to schedule some time away.
Freelance Legends: Lessons from the first 12 months of freelancing
Wouldn’t it be nice to look into a crystal ball and see what your first year of freelancing would be like? We have the next best thing—a conversation with three successful freelancers who reflect on the lessons they’ve learned over their first 12 months.