Interested in freelancing or turning your creative side-hustle into a full-time business? You’ve come to the right place. My blog is chock full of advice on insights on how to launch, grow, and market a freelance business.
Juggling a full-time job while freelancing on the side is no walk in the park. It’s a balancing act, and it certainly isn’t for everyone. But with determination and good time management, it’s not only doable but also extremely rewarding.
At the end of 2020, I officially became a six-figure freelancer. And while it was exciting to hit that major milestone, it took years of hard work to achieve. I also experienced a whole lot of imposter syndrome along the way.
If you want to become a thought leader, you need to be visible and that means showing up online and on social media with quality thought leadership content.
As of July 2019, I’ve officially been self-employed longer than I’ve held down a full-time job. This fact is still a little wild for me to think about. But I must say, I’ve learned more (and earned more) in my time freelancing...
I always say yes. To ev-ery-thing. I was leaning in before leaning in was a thing. And it served me well, until it didn’t and I had to learn how to say no.
A lot of my services are similar, but definitely not the same. Here’s a breakdown of all the things I do and how each one can help you grow your business.
Get a bunch of freelancers together and you’ll hear a bunch of opinions, but here’s why I decided to take my freelance rates and packages off of my website.
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Stop copy-and-pasting the same hashtags under your posts! Taking a more thoughtful approach to Instagram hashtag research you pick will get you better returns in the long run.
This brand I’ve built didn’t happen overnight. Here’s how I discovered my personal brand, and why it’s not the end of the world if you don’t have one.