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How you handle projects in a timely manner?


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Do you mean with delivery time? You set that yourself. You make a planning and make it happen, also to meet buyers expectations. However, it also depends on how much the buyer hands over at the order. When that is a lot of information that you first need to analyze and take notes, you can for example add that as a TOS (terms of service) in your gig description. 

´Sometimes your order needs extra time for taking notes and research, it can take an extra day for completion, depending on the amount of work.´ 

Goodluck! 

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It's pretty easy: 

You set a delivery time that works for you. If you consistently have too much work, it's time to raise your prices and/or increase delivery time. 

A good tip is to know as much as possible about a project upfront. That way, you can provide the client with a reasonable timeframe instead of guessing. 

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2 minutes ago, smashradio said:

it's time to raise your prices and/or increase delivery time. 

It's also okay to say "no" to projects, especially if the buyer wants a quick turnaround. I have longer delivery times (and only accept a quick-turnaround project if there's an available gap between my other orders). Usually, I turn away expedited projects and opt to work with buyers who are open to a 2-week delivery (or longer) so that I can schedule my orders better.

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To handle projects on time:

Set clear goals and deadlines.
Break tasks into manageable chunks.
Prioritize tasks based on urgency.
Avoid multitasking and stay focused.
Use productivity tools or software.
Communicate well with team or clients.
Monitor progress and adjust as needed.
Address issues promptly.
Maintain open communication.
Allocate resources wisely.

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8 hours ago, smashradio said:

It's pretty easy: 

You set a delivery time that works for you. If you consistently have too much work, it's time to raise your prices and/or increase delivery time. 

A good tip is to know as much as possible about a project upfront. That way, you can provide the client with a reasonable timeframe instead of guessing. 

Valuable words, thank you!

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4 hours ago, gurgenbenashvil said:

To handle projects on time:

  1. Set clear goals and deadlines.
  2. Break tasks into manageable chunks.
  3. Prioritize tasks based on urgency.
  4. Avoid multitasking and stay focused.
  5. Use productivity tools or software.
  6. Communicate well with team or clients.
  7. Monitor progress and adjust as needed.
  8. Address issues promptly.
  9. Maintain open communication.
  10. Allocate resources wisely.

Thank you, these are the key points for project management.

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