I am not the first to ask this question, and sure thing, I am not going to be the last.

The Winners and Losers of Transition Economies

It is not a coincidence that the first ideas about working-from-home as the…

Buckle up, because this article takes you on a bumpy ride!

What’s the current situation with working-from-home available options? How does it work?

So, how do you feel about going back to your old office in our new post-pandemic world? Yeah, it’s complicated.

  • Those who want to get back to the offices and do their work the same way before the pandemic should be allowed to do it so —…


There’s no ideal freelance platform.

John David McAfee is a kaleidoscope.

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Is it too soon to say that we’re already living in the post-pandemic world?

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My countryman, Nikola Jokic, AKA “The Joker,” is this year’s NBA MVP Award Winner.

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Newbie startups fly HIGH and then fall hard! Here’s why.

  1. Half-Heartedness
  2. Impatience
  3. Greed
  4. Hesitance


The initial enthusiasm is dope. I get it. You just can’t get enough of that overwhelming feeling. New entrepreneurs aren’t even halfway there, and they already have a change of heart. They realize it’s easy to be a self-proclaimed entrepreneur. You become someone else — a better version of yourself. But there’s a catch. The entrepreneurship road is long and dusty. You have to make sacrifices. Either you are totally in, or you are out.

My dear freelance friend, this brilliant piece should be (re)published on Hacker Noon. My humble word of advice.

Nebojsa "Nesha" Todorovic

Writer | GoLancer | “Noonies2020” Award Winner

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