Be honest when you're in over your head

01/4/2010 | FreelanceFolder.com

If you're a freelancer and worry that you're not qualified to do work requested by a client, don't "fake it," which could end up hurting your reputation, Laura Spencer writes. Instead, try to get clarification to make sure you can't do the work or ask for more time to learn the needed skills. You also can refer the client to another freelancer with the right abilities, she writes.

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