Staying focused on the job can be a challenge no matter where you work. For those in a more traditional office environment, the typical workday routines are often easier to stay on top of. Freelancers on the other hand must rely entirely on self-discipline and dedication to stay productive.
At sixteen, Noah Willam started playing around with a camera his dad brought home and joined his high school yearbook staff. Nine years and three continents later, Noah has worked as a pizza delivery man, spent time on a commercial spearfishing boat, ran a helicopter surf company (yes, it’s a thing!), and photographed people from countries around the world.
Need to get over your procrastination and get down to work? Emily Goldman, a freelancer focusing on human rights, indigenous rights, and climate change, says just don't procrastinate.
"I don't really procrastinate,” she said. “I know if I put off that project I don't want to do, it's just going to be sitting there waiting for me in the end.”