Want to start freelancing? Great! But are you ready? I mean, are you really ready to freelance? Do you know what you are going to do? What to do? Whom to work for? How about paying off current and immediate future’s bills?
Do you know the answers to each of those questions? If not, maybe freelancing isn’t the right step for you at the moment. But if you want to get a taste for freelancing without quitting your day job that is also very good. Either way, you don’t have to know all the answers right now, you can learn along the way.
Sorry for scarring your earlier, but it’s for your own good. Most people jump right into the deep end of the pool without knowing how to swim. Sadly, it usually is not the case they by being in the deep end they learn how to swim … they give up saying that it’s not for them (or drown).
Freelancing for the first time is a scary experience. It’s something completely new for many of you, out in the world on your own. Only yourself to blame if something goes wrong … it is a big responsibility, but a good one. I hope to give you a good knowledge footing to get you started on the right path.
Hopefully after reading the tips, tricks and articles you will have a good know-how of freelancing. Also, at the bottom of the article I have a list for you for all kinds of great places to find freelance work. Some places you might already know of, some might come as a surprise and some will be new. So let’s get started…