The Great Productivity Project: Emeline Jamoul

The Great Productivity Project: Emeline Jamoul

Welcome to the next post in the Great Productivity Project series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! Contact me on today if you’d like to be featured in the series. This week, I speak to Emeline Jamoul of In Touch Translations! Let’s go!   1. How did you…

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The Great Productivity Project: Nicole Y. Adams

The Great Productivity Project: Nicole Y. Adams

Welcome to the first post in the Great Productivity Project series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! Contact me on today if you’d like to be featured in the series. Today I speak to Nicole Y. Adams of NYA Communications! Let’s go!   1. How did you enter the industry…

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The power of ‘no’: commanding respect as a translator

The power of ‘no’: commanding respect as a translator

Welcome to the first post in my Re-prioritise mini-series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! The best of intentions can set a dangerous precedent. When I first started out, whether you were the first or fifth customer on my books that week, I treated you like #1….

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Introducing… The Great Productivity Project!

Introducing… The Great Productivity Project!

Welcome to the blog! This week I take a break from scheduled programming to discuss an exciting new development on the translation industry blogging scene! Are you in awe of your superhero colleagues? You know the ones. The go-getters, the innovators, the award-winners, the early-risers, the ‘work is…

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Freelance success takes time. Here’s why that’s ok.

Freelance success takes time. Here’s why that’s ok.

Welcome to the blog! This week I take a break from scheduled programming to discuss goal-setting in the languages and translation industry! How are you doing with your resolutions for the new year? British newspaper The Guardian announced last year that 24th January is the day we are most likely…

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