#BlabbingTranslators: On diversification projects feat. @Tesstranslates Season 1, Episode 13

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Translators are usually versatile and creative people, don’t you agree?

Many of us have passion projects and interesting hobbies.

Some of us go even further and create something that helps other translators and shapes the way our profession develops.

Tess Whitty, an English to Swedish translator, a podcast host, a writer and a coach, is one of such people and in this episode we had the pleasure of talking to her about some behind the scenes stuff of her side projects.

In this episode you will learn:

  • What it takes to host your own podcast;
  • How long it takes to write a book and how you can organize the work;
  • How outsourcing can help you be more productive;
  • How having different projects can help you promote your translation business;
  • Where to find the time for doing things you care about;

…and much more!

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Dmitry Kornyukhov

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Founder of The Open Mic. Video game localization specialist. I help video game developers, game publishers and localization studios bring their projects to the Russian-speaking gaming community.

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