Freelancing

Freelancing lets you shift gears when the world does

“No matter how much experience you have, how many degrees you have, or how well known you have become — there is always something new to learn. Don’t rest on your past experiences. If you do nothing to improve your skills, you won’t stay where you are.”
Laura Spencer

There are many myths and misconceptions of working as a freelance. One of them is that you are your own boss. Although it is true that you do not have a fixed schedule to meet, or a card to check, the reality is that your boss is your client and if you do not have a fixed schedule, you are disciplined in your work, delivery times and your finance, you will surely fail.

Many people who decided to work as a freelance, we ended up just creating a company and becoming a Boss by establishing such mechanisms.

  • Sometimes you don’t sleep to make a delivery.
  • Sometimes you don’t collect the money from the expenses because the customer is late.
  • Sometimes you end up working months on a project in endless changes.
  • Not only are you a designer, you are a seller, collector and accountant.

The freelancing world is not for everyone.

However, if you decide to travel this path, you will learn a lot, you will have great challenges and perhaps the most important thing to know is that you are the owner and creator of your successes and failures.

Sometimes you will have many satisfactions.

I think designers insist on becoming a freelance for creativity. As a freelance you can let go your creativity (within the limits of the client).

In this section you will find all our articles related to freelance and how we can help you to develop more as a professional.

You can think of freelancing as volatile and risky, or as flexible and opportunity-rich.
Doesn’t having multiple sources of income and multiple moneymaking skills sound less risky than putting all your eggs in one employer’s basket?

Freelancing lets you shift gears when the world does.”

Sara Horowitz
Freelancers Union, Author of The Freelancer’s Bible

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