I don’t think we have one true calling. Or two. Or a pickle jar full of them (according to Google, the average pickle jar has 15 pickles).
Here’s what you missed on The Freelancer podcast.
I automate most of my business. I have to. I’m one person, running a freelance company, 4 courses, 2 podcasts, a few mailing lists and more – without any help.
Email easily has more lives than the luckiest cat. It’s been declared dead so many times in the last few years that I’ve lost count of funerals held in its honour.
Spending time producing content that your audience of past and potential clients can be much more effective than social media (or any other marketing channel for that matter).
Freelancing doesn’t mean you’re not in business. It’s simply a different way of doing business.
Growth happens when your audience shares what you do with their own audience.
Choosing the wrong clients can mean the difference between a profitable future and wasting your time for months (or years) on work that won’t go anywhere or help you in the long run.
We all want to be our own bosses, make our own hours, and do work that excites us. But there’s more to life than just working for ourselves, making money, and serving others.