Some people believe freelancing doesn’t work, or it’s not sustainable.
When I talk about freelancing as a way of approaching one’s career, the most common feedback I’ve heard are: “There’s too much stress and too many uncertainties!” or “I don’t have the will or energy or keep looking for new clients.”
This article is for you if you:
1. Haven’t tried freelancing and fear it won’t go well, or you may find it difficult to visualize how it’s going to work.
2. Have tried freelancing but found the attempt unsuccessful, or even categorize it as a failure. You can use this information I’m about to share with you as reflections and see what you could potentially have done differently, or be better prepared the next time you enter the freelance market.
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