2020-07-02 at 2:38 AM UTC
I make software for people. I have only one client. I mean they're not bad. But they're a bit dumb and don't pay that well. I feel like I am getting complacent working with a two bit operation for slightly below market rates instead of getting off my ass and getting new clients.
I have enough cash savings to live off until next year, without touching retirement/investment money. Should I quit and try and get a better client? Or stick it out with these fags?
2020-07-02 at 2:48 AM UTC
WHAT DO YOU THINK STAR TREK?
Oh he left for good.
2020-07-02 at 2:49 AM UTC
Star Trek was always super pessimistic about this stuff. He thought it was crazy I quit my job and started being self-employed. But this isn't fucking silicon valley, or even seattle. I need to do my own thing to make decent money.
2020-07-02 at 4:29 PM UTC
It occirs to me . if by firing you're client you mean sleeping in all day ,doing drugs ,and gaming then yes Keenan
2020-07-02 at 6:37 PM UTC
[annoy my right-angled speediness]
You should always be looking for better opportunities. Also you should start charging your client more.