The Future of Work: The Ultimate Guide to Successful Freelancing, Discover the Proven Methods and Tips on How to Establish Yourself as a Professional Freelancer and Attract Massive Clients When you think of freelancing, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? You probably think of a writer, novelist, or journalist right off hand. That is primarily because for centuries, the only real job you could have as a freelancer had to do with your mastery of the written word. But this is no longer the case. We’re now living in a time that appreciates freelancers in hundreds of different jobs. There are all jobs that have recently begun to see massive growth in their respective fields because more and more people are realizing that they can make far more money working for themselves as freelancers than they ever could solely from working under the wing of their previous employer. But it is not as easy as it sounds. You should check first if freelancing is really the type of career that suits you and if you really have what it takes to be a freelancer. This audiobook will teach you all about freelancing, the ins and outs, and the inside secrets so you can make a decision in starting your own freelancing career. Once you have decided, you will also learn tips on how to start and establish your own successful career as a freelancer. This audiobook will discuss the following topics: - Freelancing – 21st Century Way of Making a Living - Cool Benefits & Drawbacks - How to Get Into The Freelancing Business - Where To Look For Customers In-Masses - Is Freelancing Really The Way To Go? - And many more! If you are thinking about doing freelance as a career and planning to quit your current job, then you have to be really sure that this is something you want to do. This audiobook will educate you so you can make the right decision. Scroll up and click “add to cart” now!
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About the Narrator
Eugene Lim is the author of several novels, including Fog & Car and The Strangers. His writing has appeared in Fence, the Denver Quarterly, Little Star, Dazed, the Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. He is the founder and managing editor of Ellipsis Press and works as a librarian in a high school. He lives in Queens, New York.