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Having dealt with various timezone scenarios as a freelancer and an employee at a company, I have found the solution to be the same - make sure that there is a clear expectation of what your presence/availability is. There are a number of ways to do this, but the most popular and effective ways I have seen and work for me are: Agree on the 'core business ...


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Hi I have been freelancing for over 2 years working with many clients around the globe with huge differences in time zones and sometimes that's a pain in the back but there is no need to stress yourself or the client. You should be having specific hours and days you work and let the client know the times and days you are available for working. Whenever an ...


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I think you need to find a balance, which can be easier said than done. No doubt, your earlier routine may have worked at one time, but when you get older you have more commitments, and different interests. Your motivation at the time was paying bills and becoming a really good dev. Im guessing with experience you earn more money and you dont need to pull so ...


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