how to be a freelancer

6 ways a digital nomad retreat can change your business and life

6 ways a digital nomad retreat can change your business and life

Imagine this...

You've had a nugget of an idea for a while now.

And in the last few months, you've putting that idea out there, slowly... bit by bit.

๐Ÿ‘‰ On your Instagram, your personal Facebook profile and maybe on your website or blog, too.

But then, you get messages like these:

  • "Do you really have enough experience to be charging for that?"

  • "Oh honey, wouldn't a job with benefits be better?"

  • "You're just using your looks to get attention."

And the worst part? These comments and questions don't always come from strangers on the Internet... they come from the mouths of family and friends.

How to win your first client with my cold emailing secrets

How to win your first client with my cold emailing secrets

So you wanna be a freelancer...

But you're finding yourself spending hours on sites like Upwork and Freelancer.

And you're feeling frustrated with only finding clients that want to pay hardly anything.

And you're starting to think that this whole "freelancer thing" is some sick, cruel joke 'cause how the hell are you supposed to actually land your first paying gig?

Well, I'm about to blow your mind with a mega #TruthBomb.

Cold emailing is the number one tactic all newbie freelancers should be using to land clients.

Why?

  • You can start doing it right away, with zero experience.

  • You don't need to have thousands of followers, crazy connections or features on Forbes.

  • You can set your own rates and choose your clients.

All you need is an email account, and some well-crafted copy that makes working with you sound irresistible.

4 digital nomad skills that you can learn online for free (or less than $10)

4 digital nomad skills that you can learn online for free (or less than $10)

Starting your own freelance business and becoming a digital nomad can be scary AF.

I know. I've been there. The fear of the unknown and leaving the security of a 9 to 5 job is the most crippling part.

The good news is that it doesn't have to be a total leap of faith. You can improve the chances of your freelance biz succeeding by making sure you have the right skills that people are willing to pay for.

But isn't learning a new skill expensive and time heavy?

Nope.

In fact, you only need as little as $10 and less than 5 hours a week to make yourself more hireable.

Sound too good to be true?

It's not!

With a little elbow grease, you can equip yourself to become an in-demand service provider. So much so that clients will start seeking YOU out and you'll have job requests lined up without even lifting a finger.

Tools to start your freelancing business for under $100

Tools to start your freelancing business for under $100

Starting your own freelance business is one of the most rewarding career changes you can make.

No longer do you have to sit in traffic to and from the office, work those rigid 9-5 hours, or have to ask your boss to approve your vacation ever again.

But all this freedom comes with greater responsibility.

You're going to be wearing the hat of the accountant, marketer and sales manager all at once โ€“ and that means you're going to need some extra help.

Luckily, that doesn't mean you need to hire a team straight off the bat. There are tons of tools out there that make running a freelance biz easy and affordable.

How affordable you ask?

Well, what if I told you that the tools I used to start my freelancing career way back in 2013 cost me less than $100/month?