If you’re a freelancer, especially if it’s been awhile, you’ve probably asked yourself the question, “how can I work less and make more” at least a million times.
I know when I started freelancing almost 7 years ago, both of those things were often on my mind.
What are the steps to start a freelancing business?
That’s the question I found myself asking just a few weeks ago.
Ever listened to a podcast that made you cringe and you quickly turned it off or changed to another one?
You wonder why some podcasts are fantastic and others are simply not great to listen to.
Do you love working with numbers?
Do you have a degree in finance or a related field and not want to have to worry about a long and stressful commute?
Whether you’re looking to be a financial analyst, financial planner, or a VP of finance for a larger corporation, there is no shortage of remote finance jobs that are currently hiring.
LinkedIn has over 774 million users with the opportunity to pitch, search for jobs, and network all in one place.
Somehow the social networking site is not always used by freelancers to its full potential. If you’ve never used it you might wonder how to connect with people on Linkedin.
Staring at a blank page again?
We’ve all been there.
The freelance life can be a route to greater autonomy in your business. You can work around a schedule more suited to your personal priorities.
You get to target projects of interest to you.
So you want to start a business?
Whether it’s freelancing, starting an agency, or some other type of business, you should always have some funds stashed away in order to keep yourself (and your business) afloat.