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  • Trying to get in on this.

  • same

  • Jan 14

    pick a skill you are passionate about there u go

  • Sounds like it takes an incredible deal of confidence and self-motivation.
    But that's most good things in life,
    right?

  • buy a gun. freelance the bullets.

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    youtube.com/c/ForeverSelfEmployed

    Came across this shorts channel that got hella game — if all goes ima set my nephew up with a power washing business this year🙏🏾

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    youtube.com/c/thefuturishere

    For my sales folk and master negotiators

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    word of advice in regards to freelancing

    start out doing that

    accumulate enough money to get at least 1 person hired

    then begin to offload the work to them so you can focus on running the BUSINESS, simply provide oversight and make sure quality maintains

    Otherwise you're basically just giving yourself a job

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    Twist Your Cap

    word of advice in regards to freelancing

    start out doing that

    accumulate enough money to get at least 1 person hired

    then begin to offload the work to them so you can focus on running the BUSINESS, simply provide oversight and make sure quality maintains

    Otherwise you're basically just giving yourself a job

    most people freelancing cannot afford to hire anyone. also that’s a huge waste and security risk.

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    lovetalkgames

    most people freelancing cannot afford to hire anyone. also that’s a huge waste and security risk.

    it isn't a waste it's how you grow the business

    security risk? What? lol

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    Twist Your Cap

    word of advice in regards to freelancing

    start out doing that

    accumulate enough money to get at least 1 person hired

    then begin to offload the work to them so you can focus on running the BUSINESS, simply provide oversight and make sure quality maintains

    Otherwise you're basically just giving yourself a job

    Some people want to give themselves the job and hire someone else to operate the expenses though.

    I do plan to work with others in group projects in order to get more profit.

  • Twist Your Cap

    it isn't a waste it's how you grow the business

    security risk? What? lol

    I believe he’s broke and trying to get his funds up, not make forbes.

  • CLB RamOFT

    Some people want to give themselves the job and hire someone else to operate the expenses though.

    I do plan to work with others in group projects in order to get more profit.

    I mean that's fine no reason why you can't hire someone to run the business instead, granted it's a bit harder to hire on for that

  • been doing this for the past couple of years part time but trying to pivot to full time freelancing

    reading this book now that's been pretty helpful called The Six Figure Freelancer by Laura Briggs that might be worth checking out

    biggest takeaways are:

    • market yourself as professionally as you can
    • choose the right clients to work with
    • charge more than you think you should
    • outsource what you can
    • always be selling/marketing/looking for new clients
  • what do you not mind doing, are skilled at, and people need? you’ll win if you can connect the dots on these

  • started doing web design for friends

    they vouched for me to their friends and built up my portfolio like that

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    Jvnkyrdawg

    https://youtube.com/c/ForeverSelfEmployed

    Came across this shorts channel that got hella game — if all goes ima set my nephew up with a power washing business this year🙏🏾

    Lmao youtube is so wild - how can all these pressure washer videos have more than 100K+ klicks, up to 9 Million

  • ThuggerDaGoat

    Lmao youtube is so wild - how can all these pressure washer videos have more than 100K+ klicks, up to 9 Million

    it offers a before and after aspect that makes you watch until the end to see the finished product

  • JohnCena

    Trying to get in on this.

    Do something at what you good at and where you find yourself a niche. Do people in your neighborhood, city or online have a problem where you could provide the solution? A solution for which they would pay money for ? E.g., if a local shop is owned by a 70 year old who barely knows to use his PC, they would pay for someone who builds and maintains their website. You can use this principle for both freelancing and for starting a company.

  • I can’t see you. Who is OP?

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    Jvnkyrdawg

    https://youtube.com/c/thefuturishere

    For my sales folk and master negotiators

    Bro this channel is the best fr.

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    Bepawsitive

    Bro this channel is the best fr.

    Rs 💯 flat out taught me how NOT to under-sale my labor & to when to confidently tell others that they’re not the client for me

    youtube.com/c/DanLok

    ^ & my nigga Dan right here taught me how to close he’s sum serious — got into his videos during 2020 and that s*** bossed me up outchea

  • Jvnkyrdawg

    Rs 💯 flat out taught me how NOT to under-sale my labor & to when to confidently tell others that they’re not the client for me

    https://youtube.com/c/DanLok

    ^ & my nigga Dan right here taught me how to close he’s sum serious — got into his videos during 2020 and that s*** bossed me up outchea

    Bro, how did you make the switch? Meaning when did the info begin to click? I can’t tell if I’ve lost my hunger, gettin comfortable or at doing something wrong

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