We need you!

We’ve joined forces with Crowdshed.com – the UK’s newest crowdfunding platform to launch KindredHQ’s first ever crowdfunding campaign – and we need your help to create the support system that independents everywhere need. We believe that everyone should have the freedom to work the way that they work best, creating great work, enjoying a successful […]

Protecting your precious ideas.

For many independents and freelancers, your intellectual property is your biggest asset. In Part 4 of our series, ‘Your Flying Start in Freelancing’ Albert Marshall of Marshall Media explains how you can protect your ideas without breaking the bank. Albert has over twelve years experience in the games industry working for world-famous games companies, both […]

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Your clients will be aliens

In part 3 of our series ‘Your flying start in freelancing’, Colin Newlyn explains the psychology behind client relationships, and how you can start speaking the same language. We spend a lot of time thinking about how we can secure new clients and projects that we enjoy, but all too often, having got a new […]

Grow with email and social media

In this second of a 6 part series ‘Your Flying Start in Freelancing’, Tamsin Fox-Davies, resident small business mentor at Constant Contact here in the UK, tells us how to grow your business with email and social media. Tamsin Fox-Davies is a well known small business marketing mentor with more than ten years’ experience in […]

Your flying start in freelancing

In this first of a 6 part series, Deborah Henry-Pollard of Catching Fireworks talks about ‘A vision and why you need one’. We’re on a mission to show you how an independent career is the best job in the world. But the fact is, that university and colleges across the globe rarely point you towards […]

Carole Ann Rice – Life Coach and Author

KindredHQ caught up with Carole Ann Rice, who is one of the UK’s leading life coaches.  She spoke to us about the changes that she sees in the way people want to live their lives, and how people are seeking more freedom and creativity from their careers. We asked her: What effect the economic downturn […]

Bite size eating with Emily Fawell

Hands up if you grab the first thing to eat or skip meals although when you work from home?  (So do we!)  Emily Fawell, a nutrition consultant has prepared this useful bite sized tip just for you. Eat regularly (every 3 hours) Always remember to have both complex carbohydrates and protein Make sure you have […]

Sitting comfortably?

Stiff neck? Back aching? Most of us don’t remember to move and adjust our position when we are working at home.  Here’s a little yogic exercise from Kindredhq spirit, Johanna Grundy to help loosen you up and get you going again. You can find Johanna at: www.letsyoga.co.uk