I’ll just write about writing today

Here I go. It’s happening again. I am on daily writing challenge, so I have to write. I sit infront of the computer, and there it is; a blank page and a blank mind, stuck. What to write? 10 minutes gone, 20, 30, damn, 1 hour and what’ve I written so far? none, I switched couple of music playlist, played and stopped instrumentals on focusatwill.com, read some James Altucher’s blog posts on writing tips, but still I don’t have any idea what shall i write.

So I have decided to just start and write about writing. And here you go, 102 words already. Relief! 400 to go. Now i’m having a quick cheat-look on Facebook wall, just to find i can find anything to write… Ok, back to writing…

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2 quick tips to win website design projects in Nepal

Whenever I get enquiries for design projects, I start with asking the clients what exactly are their requirements and their expectations and I not only want to meet their expectations, but actually I always try to find how to exceed his expectations. That is the way to produce something wow and to become remarkable.

Another thing I focus on is, I want to build such a website that is strategically designed with the real customers of my client in my mind. My main goal always is to convert the website visitors into the buying customers.

I always look out for ways to impress my client right from the start. Most of the designers don’t want to spend any time for the client without getting the project agreement and advance payments, but it’s not easy to win the projects given the fact that every next building in Kathmandu has an IT company right now.

So how do I keep winning the design projects? Here are 2 quick tips (among many) that I follow:

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Things i learned in 2014

2014 has been a wonderful year. The year I will always remember as the year of biggest failures and biggest lessons. Here are some of the important lessons i learned:

Failing is ok.

In fact, it’s good. Someone has said “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone”. In 2014, I experienced a big financial crisis. Until then my company was running smoothly, as I considered myself not a business-minded person, I used to be happy with the survivable amount of work and earnings. But this year business slowed down and I faced lots of troubles. This big crisis or failure has taught me some very good lessons. Getting organised and financial planning are the two most important things I learned from failure this year. Continue reading