Guest post by Teresa Cavalla***
When I first started moving into freelancing, I attended thousands of courses on how to stand out in the profession.
So I started to realize that I was facing an amazing world in which I could choose when, where, and who to work with. I had to find my niche, to market my brand, to apply to translation agencies (a lot of agencies on the market!) or to contact private clients and… everything seemed so easy!
But when I started facing reality, things turned out to be a little more complicated. So, as many other newbies, I sent many curriculum vitae without having a strategy. My core thought was that I had to accept everything in order to make my new profession start. So every time I could get in touch with a translation agency I felt like a 6 years old child waiting for the mark from her teacher. Continua la lettura di Translator in Wonderland