Whether you work with one freelancer or hundreds, chances are you’re familiar with communication clutter.
When I built my first business, I was working with more than 400 freelancers from all over the world, so you can imagine the issues created by time zone differences and language barriers.
It felt like there were freelance communication fires popping up all around me: not being able to understand email tone, missing emails or projects or being late on a deadline because there was a miscommunication. Many days, all my hours were spent putting them out.[button open_new_tab=”true” color=”extra-color-2-tilt” hover_text_color_override=”#fff” image=”default-arrow” size=”large” url=”http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/248703″ text=”Read More at Entrepreneur.com” color_override=””]