Have you ever thought about becoming a freelancer?
A warrior without a king, so to speak.
There are benefits, you know.
Imagine if you didn’t have to worry about market research, feasibility, having a business plan, or any of that.
Imagine if the only thing you had to do, was to complete the blocks of work presented to you. To exploit the abundant skills that you already have.
I’ll admit that it requires effort. Lots of it.
Because, there are so many hype-riddled “systems” out there that preach “zero work” required freelancing methods.
Obviously, this is never the case. If there’s no work required, then any task will be saturated with providers, right?
And that, unto itself, is the secret to making freelancing work.
It’s to know what demands actually exist, as well as what you’re capable of providing.
If you can “lock” those two ideas, then you can make freelancing work, every single day of your life.
But, is the worm, worth the hook?
I think so. If you’re capable of focusing. It’s certainly less time consuming than developing your own business, right?
So you could help an existing business that DOES work, instead of focusing on a business that may or may not work.
Does this sound even remotely enticing?
You’ll learn from one of the most prominent freelancers on the planet.
Sound like a stretch?
No, I don’t think so.
In fact, I think you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about, if you check it out.
Talk later, and stay cool.
Mike “Warrior Without A King” DeVincent