Over the last eight years I’ve published four books that all have a part of me weaved into them. How To Become A Freelancer & Make Money On Your Own Terms is no different. It’s not a get rich quick guide, so if you’re seeking fast money then this book wouldn’t be for you. It’s based on the real life experiences. Real stories by myself and other freelancers in different industries. I share my journey as a freelancer and express how it allowed me to make mistakes, in addition to learning new things before I knew what I really wanted to dedicate my life to.
I’m not scared to share my failures with the world. Sometimes doing so can give you the answers you’re looking for. I take pride in sharing my journey as an author, business woman and creative because it helps others avoid the same pitfalls I suffered. It inspires people to take a chance at doing what they love. The highlight of my new book are the freelancer testimonials that talk about some of the great opportunities they have had as freelancers, but also the struggles they’ve faced. Their stories also show the changes in direction they made, and freelancing is what gave them the flexibility to do so. They tried different things when they had the time and resources. It’s much more difficult to change direction if you’re already settled in a full-time job or when you have other commitments such as family life.
Writing your story is one thing, but publishing your work is something completely different. Whether you’re published, or you’re a blogger, it’s up to you to make a connection with your readers through your writing. With my books Time is Money, and now How To Become A Freelancer, the aim is that every reader take some inspiration from my writings. Believe in themselves that little bit more and understand that there are multiple routes to success.
I want to say a big thank you to Saimah, Torrin and SaberScope for sharing your stories for this book.
How To Become A Freelancer & Make Money On Your Own Terms is now available to order under ‘Books’ for £4.99.
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