However many brilliant ideas, diligent hours of work, or good connections you have, it won’t mean a thing if you aren’t charging enough.
How do I know?
I’m Stephen Poynter, and I’ve worked a number of both corporate and entrepreneurial jobs, including in wealth management, consulting, digital marketing, vacation rental management, and other pursuits ranging from even candy vending machines to audiobook narrating.
And I’ve seen enough to know there are a lot of people with great potential that end up selling themselves short in the vibrant gig economy.
That’s what I’d like to help change.
In this book, I’ll show you:
If you are going to be part of the freelance economy, I want you to do it well. The flexibility, autonomy, creative potential, and financial reward are there – if you know how to do it right.
Pick up your copy of this guide now to get the best tips I’ve learned on this journey. I trust it will help you not only survive, but thrive, as a freelancer.