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The Best Way To Quit Your Job & Start Freelancing – In 6 Steps

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Do you hate Mondays?

Do you hate having to answer to your boss every day?

Then you’re probably already dreaming of leaving your job, right?

Well, if you’re looking for the best way to safely quit your job without taking any risks, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I will show you a simple 6 step process you can follow to leave your job while also creating a proper strategy to cover your expenses and pay your bills to get started on freelancing.

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14 Quick Ways To Find Freelance Jobs Right Now

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Struggling to find freelance jobs?

Tired of competing with freelancers on UpWork?

Don’t worry, by the time you’re done reading this article, you’ll have many options to find freelance work online.

Only freelancers would understand the real struggle that goes on the other side of the computer screens. Despite what most people think, it’s not always a walk in the park for freelancers.

One week you make $1,000 and the next week you’ve got no jobs to work on. It happens to the best of us. But, the question is: What are you willing to do about it?

Are you going to wait for a client to contact you and hand over a job on a silver platter? Or are you going to buckle down and look for your next freelancing job?

You’ve got to work hard to consistently find work in the freelancing world. Here are a few strategies to make that work a little easier.

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How Much Should I Charge? 4 Ways To Calculate Your Freelance Rates

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Figuring out the right price to ask your clients is one of the first challenges you come across as a beginning freelancer.

How you calculate your freelance rates is important because your price has to be just right to win your clients. Because if your price is too high, the client may never respond to your proposal. If you charge too low, the client will suspect and think of you as a cheap amateur freelancer.

There’s no need to make this a problem. Whether you’re a beginning freelance writer, designer, developer, or a marketer, there are a few tricks you can use to figure out the ideal price for your freelance services. And I’ll show you how.

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How To Learn The Top 5 Freelance Skills With Online Courses

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You don’t need a bachelor’s degree or even graduate from college to become a freelancer.

But, you do need a set of skills to offer as a service to your clients.

Whether it’s coding, writing, or even data entry, you must learn how to do the job before you can offer your services.

This guide is all about helping you develop the right skill set that you can monetize as a freelancer. Here, I will show you how to learn 5 freelance skills with the highest demand by enrolling in the best online courses to get started and master each skill.

Let’s begin.

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The Complete Guide To Getting Started As A Freelance Writer

If you’re new to freelance writing or planning on getting started as a freelance writer, follow this guide and you’ll be able to avoid many of the mistakes I made over the years.

It took me 7 years of mistakes, failures, and lot of depressing moments to go from making $0 to $5,000 a month as a freelance writer. And I know there are still plenty of writers out there struggling to make a few bucks working online.

This article is dedicated to you. My NO BS guide to what I believe is the best approach to getting started as a freelance writer, the right way.

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Freelance Contracts: When To Use Them And How To Create One (+ Free Template)

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I’ve been freelancing for many years and so far I haven’t signed a single freelance contract agreement.

One time, I had to sign a nondisclosure agreement but that was it.

That’s the beauty of working with international clients. It’s risky, but there’s no need for signing documents, contract agreements, or dealing with lawyers.

Of course, it’s the not the case for most other freelancers, especially for those of you who work with local clients. For those freelancers, a contract agreement can be much useful. But, you don’t need contracts for each and every client you work with.

So, when should you create a contract? And how exactly do you create a freelance contract agreement? Read along to find out.

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