Freelancing can be a lucrative business, and it has a lot of perks, but it can be rather slow in the startup phase. This makes it rather difficult at times to get into without at least a bit of savings built up. However, sometimes saving money is much easier said than done.
If you want to get into freelance work without the luxury of money in the bank, check out the article below. It goes through six steps, from finding out how much money you need to charge to drawing in your clients, to help you survive the early days and become a full time freelancer without already having savings to draw from.
Recently, I was put in a position (through my own doing) of full-time freelancing with absolutely no preparation or savings to support it.
While jumping into the freelancing market without a financial safety net was difficult, I managed to get through it by tapping into some powerful networks and putting myself into the right mindset.
While I’m not necessarily endorsing jumping into the freelancing deep end without a life jacket, I wanted to share my experience and create a helpful post about what to do if you find yourself in a similar situation.
Read full article: A Survival Guide to Full-Time Freelancing With No Savings