It sounds fun and fancy-free to work for yourself so being a freelancer sounds compelling. I LOVE working for myself and have for most of my life…more than half, anyway:) But, in truth, freelancing and managing any small business enterprise as an owner or solopreneuer isn’t always fun and games.
You have a lot of responsibility to handle business for yourself as a freelancer, so I put together 7 great tips to help you out! You can read the article inspiring this episode and have the notes (in writing) via the lovely Sylviane Nuccio’s website.
It’s hard to work for someone else if you’ve worked for yourself for a long time and so being a freelancer feels like a good fit for me for my writing and podcasting projects.
You can check out this “Study the Solopreneur” Podcast episode by Dana Gore to catch a secret or two of what brings me to the freelancer I am now! But there are so very many stories that got me to where I stand today. I love a few of the ones you may have listened to on the MSSYBiz podcast already but, beware, I can’t wait to share so many more of the funny lessons from business.
But, working for yourself isn’t for everyone. What do you think? Leave a comment to let me know!
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Sue-Ann Bubacz is a digital content strategist and writer/editor who works with best-selling authors, media personalities, and prominent artists to enhance their communication, elevate their influence, and transform their creative vision into tangible business results.